Ecological Genetics Group 62nd Annual Meeting
The Ecological Genetics Group is heading to London in 2018. All welcome, from undergraduates to established academics, so register now and come along!
The 62nd Meeting of the Ecological Genetics Group will be held at the Skempton Building, Imperial College London between the 10th and 12th of April, 2018.
There will be a full scientific and social programme throughout the three-day period of the conference. We hope to bring together those working in the fields of population genetics, ecology and evolution from across Europe and beyond at all career stages.
For those of you still completing your MScs and PhDs, remember that you will have the chance to win the coveted best talk/poster prizes! The Ecological Genetics Group meetings have a long tradition of being friendly and relaxed, where young researchers still studying can mix with established academics, and the organizing team will ensure that this tradition is upheld.
In addition to the conference there will a free behind the scenes tour of the Natural History Museum as well as the the now legendary “EGG-Heads” pub quiz that will be held after the conference dinner. If previous incarnations are anything to go by, expect the unexpected and the ridiculous!
Abstracts for talks and posters are open to all. Abstracts should be a max of 250 words long and should be emailed to Gemma Beatty by 17 March 2018.
EGG 2018 Basic package: BES members £25, Non BES members £34.99
EGG 2018 Lunch package (*3 Lunches): BES members £65, Non BES members £75
EGG 2018 Full package with conference dinner: BES members £140, Non BES members £150
The conference fee includes:
Conference attendance for all three days
Book of abstracts
A little badge with your very own name on it
Attendance at poster session (wine included)
Tea, coffee and biscuits during breaks
General good fun!
Basic package plus lunch provided on all three days of the conference
Basic package plus lunch provided on all three days of the conference as well as attendance at the conference dinner and EGG Heads pub quiz!
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