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25
Nov

7th Fresh Blood for freshwater 2020

Wednesday 25 - Saturday 28 November 2020
The Fresh Blood for FreshWater is a conference organized by early-career freshwater scientists, representing not just new incomers to the field, but also those who still (or forever) feel themselves ‘fresh blood’. In this regard, the conference aims to provide a friendly atmosphere to present our work and to break boundaries exchanging ideas with other young researchers.
3
Dec

Connecting Rewilding Science and Practice (online symposium)

Thursday 3 December 2020
What exactly is rewilding, how does it work, where can it be done and what does it deliver? During this one-of-a-kind online event, highly-regarded rewilding scientists and experts from Rewilding Europe will address these questions by bringing rewilding science and practice together. With a mix of presentations, videos and Q&A the event provides an excellent and easy-to-understand overview of the field of rewilding. Don't miss out if you want to hear more about the state-of-the-art of the philosophy of rewilding and rewilding in action!
4
Dec

Intomed Symposium (online)

Friday 4 December 2020
Interested in our INTOMED project? Insects, plants, root microbes, biocontrol, molecular tools, sociology, and more! Join the symposium on-line on December 4th!
14
Dec

British Ecological Society joint Annual Meeting with the French Society for Ecology and Evolution

Monday 14 - Thursday 17 December 2020
Join ecologists from around the world from 14 – 17 December 2020, at the International Conference Centre of Edinburgh, Scotland. Over the last 40 years the BES Annual Meeting has grown into Europe’s largest and most influential conference dedicated to ecology. This is a great opportunity to share your science, and find the latest ideas and the topics that matter in a changing world, with leading science being presented across all of ecology.
2
Feb

Global Symposium on Soil Biodiversity

Tuesday 2 - Thursday 4 February 2021
The main objective of this symposium is to fill some critical knowledge gaps and promote discussion among policy makers, food producers, scientists, practitioners and other stakeholders on solutions to live in harmony with nature, and ultimately, achieve the SDGs through the conservation and sustainable use of soil biodiversity.
27
May

LIFE2021

Tuesday 27 May - Wednesday 28 May 2021
Life is a unique, inspiring, annual national congress covering all disciplines and scales in the Dutch Life Sciences, from femtometer to kilometer, from cell to planet. The theme for this second edition of Life is ‘Networks in Life’. Networking and interdisciplinary collaboration is essential for researchers in the Life Sciences.. Researchers at all scientific research institutes including the university medical centres in The Netherlands, in all career phases including master students are warmly invited to join and contribute to the programme
5
Jun

EMBO Workshop - Plant Genome Stability and Change 2021

Sunday 6- Wednesday 9 June 2021
The aim of this meeting is to bring together the scientific community working with plants on subjects around genome stability and modification: DNA recombination and repair, chromosome stability, meiosis, replication, epigenetics and applications in plant breeding and genome engineering.
28
Jun

Plant Biology Europe 2021

Monday 28 June – Thursday 1 July 2021
Plant Biology Europe 2021 focuses on delivering the latest scientific developments in plant biology, following an inclusive approach where long-standing research sectors and novel breakthrough topics are showcased, including aspects of science policy and ethics, and fostering participation of young scientists.
11
Jul

ATBC 2021

Sunday 11 - Thursday 15 July 2021
The 57th Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation (ATBC) will be held in Cartagena, Colombia. The theme is “Conserving Tropical Biodiversity and Achieving Socio-ecological Resilience in the Anthropocene: Opportunities and Challenges”.
25
Jul

17th Symposium on Insect Plant relationships

Sunday 25 - Thursday 29 July 2021
SIP welcomes you warmly to the 17th Symposium on Insect-Plant relationships in Leiden. The latest developments in research on the relationships between plants, insects and associated microorganisms, from physiological mechanisms to ecological and evolutionary processes will be addressed.
22
Aug

SIL2021, the Congress of the International Society of Limnology

Sunday 22 - Friday 27 August 2021
The SIL Congress promotes open discussions on new scholarly findings and pioneer research in the field of limnology to foster knowledge transfer to scientists and researchers worldwide.
30
Aug

GfÖ Annual Meeting 2021

Monday 30 August- Friday 3 September 2021
We are pleased to announce the 50th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, which will be held Monday 30 August- Friday 3 September 2021 at the Technische Universität Braunschweig and the Thünen-Institut of Biodiversity, Braunschweig in Germany.
6
Oct

PE&RC Day 2020 (postponed to 2021)

Wednesday 6 October 2021
In this year’s edition of the PE&RC day, we will take you on a journey back in time to explore how past species, populations, communities, and whole ecosystems responded to and recovered from large scale change and or recover from previous mass extinction events. How did the extinction elapse? What were the implications to species networks during previous biodiversity decline? What were the responses of species drivers of recovery and speciation? Touching on different ecosystems found around the globe, we will explore these insights gained from the past which serve as an essential repository of knowledge that we can consult to help save our remaining natural heritage.
6
Oct

PE&RC Day 2020 (postponed to 2021)

Wednesday 6 October 2021
In this year’s edition of the PE&RC day, we will take you on a journey back in time to explore how past species, populations, communities, and whole ecosystems responded to and recovered from large scale change and or recover from previous mass extinction events. How did the extinction elapse? What were the implications to species networks during previous biodiversity decline? What were the responses of species drivers of recovery and speciation? Touching on different ecosystems found around the globe, we will explore these insights gained from the past which serve as an essential repository of knowledge that we can consult to help save our remaining natural heritage.