January 2019, Volume 53, Issue 1
Read Internal Communications Officer Jim Bradeen's highlights on APS's efforts in 2018, including proactive science, outreach, and education; promoting a diverse and includive APS; and enhancing the APS experience!
Phytobiomes Journal has been accepted for indexing by the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), an online service that validates and indexes high-quality, peer-reviewed, open access journals.
APS members can tune into and contribute to discussions on international food standards and guidelines by following the activities of a program mysteriously called “Codex Alimentarius.”
Several funding opportunities are available through the APS Foundation, but the application deadlines are approaching quickly. Here’s what you need to know about each award to decide if it’s a good fit for you.
This article is intended as a brief guide for anyone who wants to make the abstract-writing process more natural and enjoyable and to improve the outcome both for the author and the audience.
Even though you read and wrote research papers while pursuing your career, your process for doing so may be neither rigorous nor guided. The objective of this webinar is to share tips on how to successfully write a research paper, distinguishing between the steps in conducting a research project and communicating its findings.
Rebecca has been a member of The American Phytopathological Society (APS) and of the Southern Division of APS (SD-APS) since 2008. Read about how she's built her network and her efforts to build a strong future for APS and plant pathology.
The Soilborne Plant Diseases Interest Group of South Africa hosted the 28th Interdisciplinary Symposium on Soilborne Plant Diseases on September 19 and 20, 2018, at the Vredenburg Research Centre of the ARC-PHP in Stellenbosch.