Young scientists blog for GRiSP

Author // Sophie Clayton Categories // Fresh hot rice... science

Next week from 8 to 12 October 2012, IRRI will host the Asia Review and Global Science Forum of the Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) – also called the CGIAR Research Program for Rice.

We’re thrilled to have a batch of young IRRI scientists who will be tweeting and blogging throughout the week their thoughts and observations about the activities and events. We’re hoping to have daily blog entries from the team that will be published in IRRI’s blog Fresh hot rice… science – grab the RSS feed to get the blogs as soon as they happen or check into the IRRI Web site or facebook page daily to see what’s new.

Follow IRRI on twitter to catch their real-time updates via @RiceResearch. Or join the conversation yourself over at twitter – just tag your tweets with the hash tag #GRiSP2012.

Our intrepid reporters are Rosa Paula Cuevas, Cindy Llorente, Jeanaflor Crystal T. Concepcion, and Manuel Marcaida, plus Govinda Rizal might just join them too. Their blog posts will be shared here in Fresh hot rice... science.

Are you blogging about GRiSP? Let us know if you are so we can share your blog too!


About the Author

Sophie Clayton

Sophie Clayton

Sophie leads a small team of public relations specialists to help promote and share IRRI's work. She helps provide strategic communications support for IRRI and works with the Public Relations team to develop and implement IRRI-wide communication initiatives and provide professional communication services and support. Read more