MOSS2010

Program

Program-at-a-glance
Please click here to find the detail of the program.

July 21 (Wed)

17:00-

19:30-

Registration
Poster mounting
Dinner (Welcome Party)
July 22 (Thu)

8:20
8:40-10:00
10:00-10:20
10:20-12:00

14:00-15:50
15:50-16:10
16:10-17:40
17:40-19:10
19:30-
Breakfast
Meeting room open
Oral sessions
Coffee break
Oral sessions
Lunch
Oral sessions
Coffee break
Poster sessions (Odd)
Poster sessions (Even)
Dinner
July 23 (Fri)

8:20
8:40-10:10

10:45-12:25
13:00
13:30-16:50

17:45-19:25
19:25-20:45

Breakfast
Meeting room open
Oral sessions
Poster dismount, group photo
Departure, lunch box
Coffee break
Symposium

Dinner
Fireworks

July 24 (Sat)
8:30
9:00-10:20
10:20-10:40
10:40-12:00

13:20-14:40
14:40-15:00
15:00-16:50

18:30-

Meeting room open
Oral sessions
Coffee break
Oral sessions
Lunch
Oral sessions
Coffee break
Business meeting/Physco genome workshop

Optional dinner

Special Symposium
"New Frontiers of Plant Sciences with Physcomitrella Patens"

Date July 23

Time 13:30-16:50

Open to the public; no participation fees or registration required!

A symposium entitled as 'New Frontiers of Plant Sciences with Physcomitrella patens' will be held on 23rd July at Hokkaido University, Sapporo. The purpose of the symposium is to review and discuss a current progress in the fields of plant sciences especially focusing on the advantage to use P. patens. Non-moss researchers such as in areas for plant biology, cell biology, evolutionary and developmental biology, or systems biology, are also very much welcomed to attend, allowing for interactive discussion.

Principal speakers

Dr. David Cove (Washington University in St.Louis, USA)
Dr. Andrew Cuming (Leeds University, UK)
Dr. Daniel Lang (University of Freiburg, Germany)
Dr. Tomoaki Nishiyama (Kanazawa University, Japan)
Dr. Mitsuyasu Hasebe (National Institute for Basic Biology, Japan)
Dr. Didier G. Schaefer (University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland)
Dr. Ralph Quatrano (Washington University in St.Louis, USA)

Please click here to find the symposium poster.

Venue

4F, Hall at Faculty of Agriculture

Hokkaido University