What is included in your registration fee?
- Admission to all conference sessions
- Lunch and refreshments
- Drinks reception
- Networking dinner
- Abstract and programme book
- Notepad and pen
- 50% off your first year of Royal Society of Biology membership. This offer is only available on new membership applications and not to existing members. For information on membership grades, subscription fees and benefits, please visit the Royal Society of Biology website.)
RSB individual members receive a 20% discount.*
Registration rates :
|Royal Society of Biology individual members*||Non-members|
|Non-profit/UKPSF member organisation||£200||£250|
* Discount applied at the time of registration. For information on Royal Society of Biology membership grades, subscription fees and benefits, please visit the Royal Society of Biology website.
To register for the meeting please visit the Royal Society of Biology events page. You will need to log into your mySociety account to complete the registration process. If you do not already have one, you can set up a mySociety account in under a minute.
UK PlantSci 2016 is approved for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by the Royal Society of Biology. Participants can claim 51 CPD credits for attending the event.
All registration fees must be paid in full before the conference. Payment can be made online by logging into mySociety and going to the myOrders section, or over the telephone by calling 020 7685 2551.
Once you have completed your online registration and payment you will receive an email to confirm that your booking has been accepted.
Refunds are not provided, however substitution of attendees can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UKPSF is unable to provide financial support to cover delegate travel and registration costs to attend the meeting. We advise participants to check their eligibility for travel bursaries from learned societies, research councils and charitable trusts. A list of funding opportunities can be found on our LinkedIn page.
Neither the organisers, UKPSF or the Royal Society of Biology, will assume any responsibility for damage or injury to persons or property during the event.