12 Feb 2018

Final Programme

The final programme of the 31st Conference "Molecular Biology of Plants" in Dabringhausen, Germany, is ready. #MBP2018

All talk and poster titles and all speakers:

26 Jan 2018

Prelim. Programme 2018

Please skim through the preliminary programme.

25 Oct 2017 · Sections

Social Media

Hashtag for the 31st Conference Molecular Biology of Plants (20th to 23rd February 2018):


01 Mar 2017


The names and titles of the work conducted are now presented on the website:

01 Mar 2017

Participant's Photo

The photos with all participants of the conference is ready for download (please click on the image).

23 Oct 2017

Travel Allowances for PhD students only

For the first time young scientist are invited to apply for travel allowances to participate in the conference Molecular Biology of Plants 2018, which will be 200 Euros each. It will be given exclusively to students without full employment, who are members of the Section Plant Physiology and Molecular Biology. The conference organizers will select the best proposals in December so that applicants will be informed before Christmas holidays.

Application Procedure

Please mark the registration form with two crosses and send us an e-mail until 27th November 2017:

A single, only one-page long pdf document containing:

  • Your name
  • Your educational institute
  • Your Abstract
  • Your motivation (a short notice, why you apply for the travel allowance).

The organizers are looking forward to your application. 


31st Conference

The next Conference Molecular Biology of Plants from the Section Plant Physiology and Molecular Biology of the DBG will take place 20th – 23th February 2018 in Dabringhausen, Germany. It will be organized by Prof. Dr. Dorothee Staiger from Bielefeld University, Prof. Dr. Andreas Weber Düsseldorf University and Prof. Dr. Stefan Rensing Marburg University.

Do not hesitate to contact the conference office if you have any questions. Maybe some of the answers are already provided in the FAQ (frequently asked questions).

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