|What is SenNet?||
SenNet is an international community of scientists carrying out
fundamental and applied research, teaching and public engagement
activities on the common theme of senescence, post-harvest biology,
programmed cell death and other terminal processes in plant development
and adaptation. SenNet organises an annual conference (to date
these have been held in Spain, the Netherlands, Germany and Sweden),
supports laboratory exchanges and other collaborations, prepares
consortium funding applications and promotes joint publications.
Although the network started as a European initiative, membership is
open to any interested scientist or group and currently includes
researchers from around the world, including from New Zealand, South
America, USA, Korea and Israel.
Material from the old SenNet website can be viewed here.
|What is senescence?||
Senescence for beginners [link to available or new material]
Research reviews [public access/personal repository pdf material]
SenBiblio [online listing, could be turned into fully searchable database
|Who's in SenNet?||
Links to websites [lab and institution homepages] Contact people
[homepages/email addresses] Directory of senescence researchers
|What does SenNet? do?||
Annual meeting [including archive of programs from past meetings]
Collaborations [current/proposed/solicited] Funding
[opportunities/successes/aspirations] Publications [preprints/links to
appropriate literature sources]
|Where can I find out more about senescence?||
Online material [databases/biological material/technologies etc] SenWiki
[up, needs content!] SenPortal [web services resource for senescence –
what, how, who...?] Forum/blog/MySpace/FaceBook presence...
|How can I contact SenNet?||
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