Rooting 2020

9th International Symposium on Root Development

University of Nottingham

Postponed to June 2021

Bursaries

Thanks to generous support from IPPN and KWS Seeds we aim to have 9 bursaries to support students, and from New Phytologist a further 10 bursaries to support Early Career Researchers wanting to attend the conference.

Bursaries for Students

Eligibility and Guidelines
  • You must be a student registered for a research degree (post or undergraduate)
  • You must be a first author on a talk or a poster submitted to present at the symposium
  • Recipients will be registered for the conference, but will need to fund their own travel and accommodation
  • Successful bursary recipients who do not attend the event will be required to repay the grant in full

Bursaries for Early Career Researchers

Eligibility and Guidelines
  • You must be an early career researcher - up to five years after gaining a PhD
  • You must be a first author on a talk or a poster submitted to present at the symposium
  • Recipients will be able to claim for conference registration as long as they register before the end of the early bird registration deadline; includes attendance at the Conference Dinner and up to £170 towards your travel and accommodation costs
  • Successful bursary recipients who do not attend the event will be required to repay the grant in full