This may be of interest to our readers:
This year the British Ecological Society’s youngest journal, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, is turning five-years-old. To celebrate, we will be hosting a Joint Symposium across two continents.
“Looking Forward to the Next Five Years”
Charles Darwin House, London, UK
To mark the launch of Methods in Ecology and Evolution back in April 2010, we held a symposium at Charles Darwin House. Five years on, we are returning to celebrate the successes of the journal. With talks from a former Robert May Young Investigator Prize Winner and a number of the journal’s Associate Editors, as well as an introduction from the President of the BES, this is sure to be a fantastic start to the Symposium.
“Next Generation Ecology and Evolution: Genomics Tools for the Study of Ecology, Evolution, and Biomonitoring”
University of Calgary Dining Center, The Alberta Room, Calgary, Canada
As the first half of our joint symposium finishes in London, the baton will be taken up over 4000 miles away in Calgary. The program in Calgary is packed with exciting speakers and topics. Our Joint Symposium will conclude with a Poster Session and a wine reception for all delegates.
Register now! Early bird deadline closes on 20th March 2015!
The whole event will be live streamed, so if you can’t make it to London or Calgary, you can watch the talks from wherever you are. Details of how to view the live streams will be made available closer to the date here: http://www.methodsinecologyandevolution.org/view/0/events.html