Botany 2015 "Science and Plants for People" was held in Edmonton, Alberta July 25-30, 2015. This meeting of meetings included 14 different plant-related societies from the United States and Canada. Three members of the Miller lab attended (Allison, Laura, Sterling). Laura gave a talk on grapevine leaf morphometrics in the Economic Botany section, Allison gave a talk on comparative transcriptomics of two North American grapevines in Genomics/Proteomoics, and Sterling presented his REU work on concord grapes. The lab was also involved in the organization of a symposium "Underutilized crops for secure and green futures." Allison served as the outgoing chair of the Economic Botany section and was recently elected as the Director at Large for Education for the BSA. Thank you to the Botanical Society of America and Saint Louis University for helping us attend this important meeting!
Miller Lab members