24/06/2024 - 28/06/2024
The 13th International Congress on Plant Molecular Biology will be held in Cairns, Australia from 24th – 28th June 2024
The International Congress on Plant Molecular Biology (IPMB) was initiated in 1984 and is a triennial conference gathering plant molecular biologists from all over the world. The scientific program highlights recent discoveries in plant science from basic molecular biology to crop biotechnology. The range of presentations demonstrate the importance of plant molecular biology to understanding species diversity, promotion of plant conservation, and goals toward fulfilling the need for the development of ecologically sustainable farming in our changing world.
About Cairns, Australia
Cairns is a city located on the tropical northeast coast of Far North Queensland. It is nestled close to the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Site, which is the world’s most extensive coral reef system, and the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Site, an area of Australian wet tropical forests. To the northwest lies the Daintree National Park with its mountain rainforests, stunning gorges, and pristine beaches. The nearby Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park pays tribute to the rich history of the indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Within Cairns a bustling Esplanade is lined with bars and restaurants and has a swimming lagoon. The daytime temperature in Cairns in June ranges from 23°C to 28°C with an average maximum around 25°C (77°F). The night-time temperature ranges from 14°C to 22°C with an average minimum temperature around 18°C (64.4°F). Click here to read more.