Conference: ESEB2013, Evolutionary biology in China

Conference: ESEB2013, Evolutionary biology in China

13 January, 2013

During the XIV Congress of the European Society for Biology, Lisbon, 19-24 August 2013, there will be a symposium on: Biology in organised by Roger Butlin and Kai Zeng, University of Sheffield.
The aim of the symposium is to provide a showcase for evolutionary research in China and to foster communication and collaboration between Chinese and European evolutionary biologists. The focus will be on .
Up to 8 openings for oral presentations (15 minutes) are available and there will also be a poster session associated with the symposium. To register and offer a contribution (talk or poster), please visit http://eseb2013.com, before the deadline of 28 February 2013. Potential contributors will be informed whether or not their contribution has been accepted during March.
For more information, or for advice about obtaining a visa, please contact one of us.

Roger Butlin – r.k.butlin@shef.ac.

Kai Zeng k.zeng@shef.ac.uk

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