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The EAPR Council has awarded two honorary memberships to celebrate people with outstanding achievements in potato research and significant contributions to the association.
Congratulations to Prof Paul Struik, Chief Editor of the EAPR's journal Potato Research, who has again been recognised for his contribution to potato research through an award at the World Potato Congress
Prof Paul Struik, Chief Editor of the EAPR's journal Potato Research, has been awarded a Royal Decoration from King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands and is now Officer in the Order of Orange-Nassau.
The 21st EAPR Triennial Conference is going to take place soon in Krakow, Poland!
Clarivate Analytics has just released the latest Journal citation reports.
There is a vacancy for a senior lecturer in plant pathology at the University of Pretoria.
EAPR Councillor, Professor Ian Toth has been recognised with the British Potato Industry Award 2020 for his invaluable contribution to the potato industry over the past 25 years.
New dates are:
Following the escalation of COVID-19 crisis in Europe, the Europatat Congress 2020 will be cancelled.
Due to a coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic the 21st EAPR Triennial Conference has been moved to fall. The new Conference date is November 2-6, 2020. Therefore, the abstract submission deadline has been extended to July 31, 2020.
The support will not exceed 800 EUR and will reimburse:
The EAPR Pathology & Pests section meeting co-organized by Agroscope, the Bern University of Applied Sciences and the University of Neuchâtel, took place at the Unive
The international EAPR Pathology and Pests Section Meeting took place at Neuchâtel in Switzerland from September 1st till September 4th with the main topic Reducing pesticide use while preserving potato productivity and profitability.
In the first week of December 2018, the European potato science community convened in Rostock-Warnemuende for the 19th Joint Meeting of EAPR Section ‘Breeding & Varietal Assessment’ and EUCARPIA Section ‘Potatoes’.
The 2nd International Spongospora Workshop (2ndISW) took place 3 years after the successful 1st ISW, held in Einsiedeln, Switzerland.