21st European Meeting for PhD Students in Evolutionary Biology

Registration is now open for EMPSEB21: 21st European Meeting for PhD Students in Evolutionary Biology.

It’s organised by the University of Edinburgh, but will take place at the University of Stirling between 8-12th September 2015.

EMPSEB provides a platform for PhD students studying Evolutionary Biology to present their work and to meet their peers from all over Europe. It takes place in a different European city each year and is organized by current PhD students in that country.

Typically, EMPSEB lasts 4 or 5 days and involves 70-100 participants. A variety of activities, discussions, and excursions provide opportunities for building relationships with fellow researchers.

The meeting is now an annual tradition that started 18 years ago with the first meeting back in 1995 being held in Zurich, Switzerland.

Participants come from across Europe to attend and give talks about their work to an audience mostly made up of other PhD students. Joining the participants are 8-10 senior scientists who are invited to give plenary talks, run discussion groups, and to provide guidance about starting your scientific career.

CIIE is co-organising this meeting.

To register, please click on the link.

For more information on the conference please visit our website: http://empseb21.bio.ed.ac.uk


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