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Introducing the 2021 IS-MPMI Congress: eSymposia Series

IS-MPMI is excited to announ​ce the 2021 Congress: eSymposia Series, which will take place online with a series of three separate ev​ents starting this summer! Registration is now Open! Stay tuned for more details about this opportunity to share your research and network with colleagues​ at this virtual scientific event.

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IS-MPMI Congress: eSymposia Series Offers Wonder Networking Platform!

Wonder is a fabulously interactive tool that gives you the virtual ability to "walk around" and network with other attendees during 2021 IS-MPMI Congress: eSymposia Series events. It's a new way to network! Look for networking times in the schedule and be sure to add them to your agenda.

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​Join this interactive, online community today to find discussion groups, attend events relevant to your personal and professional life, and connect directly to other participants.​​

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MPMI Editor's Pick

Maintaining Symbiotic Homeostasis: How Do Plants Engage With Beneficial Microorganisms While at the Same Time Restricting Pathogens?​

In their Top 10 Unanswered Questions review, Thoms et al. propose that the plant immune thermostat is set to select for and tolerate a largely nonharmful microbiome while receptor-mediated decision making allows plants to detect and dynamically respond to the presence of potential pathogens or mutualists. Watch the What's New in MPMI seminar about this paper. ​​

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Helpful Tips for Making Presentations Accessible, from Your Disabled Colleagues

Many of our colleagues are disabled or have chronic illnesses that may limit their access to information provided during presentations. Breanne Kisselstein, Chelsea Newbold, and Sarah Boggess offer tips on how to create and give presentations that are more accessible for people living with diverse conditions, such as color blindness, hearing or visual impairments, neurodiversity, autism, dyslexia, etc.​

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