Ecological Genetics Group Annual Meeting #EGG2024: Nature Has No Borders

The Annual Meeting of the Ecological Genetics Group, the longest running Special Interest Group and meeting since 1957, provides a forum for all scientists working at the nexus of ecology, evolution, and genetics.

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Nature has no borders—and so should the exchange of ideas to advance ecology. This year’s EGG annual meeting will be held online to offer a welcoming environment for anyone from anywhere. Over the course of the three-day meeting, you can expect to hear talks that cover different branches of the tree of life that transcend scientific and geographical boundaries. All the talks will be recorded so you can enjoy them anytime regardless of your time zone. Networking sessions will be hosted on for the e-Posters and welcome delegates to mingle and collaborate. Our annual meetings are known to be extraordinarily friendly for students and early career ecologists, but of course also attract many established ecologists in the field.

Abstract submission

Abstract submission is now open until 18 July.

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Registration is now open until 18 August.

Register Here

BES Student Member: £20

BES Non-student Member: £30

Other Students: £30

Other Non-students: £40



We will be hosting our networking and e-Posters sessions on More details will be announced in due course.


Organising Committee

British Ecological Society Ecological Genetics Group

Co-Chair: Tin Hang (Henry) Hung & Thom Dallimore

Conference Officer: Michelle Davis

Communications Officer: Brodie Thomas

Membership Officer: Rebecca Whitla

Impact & Innovation Officer: Ming-shan (Cindy) Tsai