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Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Conference 2021
Date: January 3rd - February 28th 2021
Abstract Deadline: September 14th
SICB 2021 will be a Virtual Annual Meeting for all attendees, with an optional and complementary in-person component if public health conditions allow. Despite the possibility of this component in Washington, DC, the Virtual Annual Meeting is the main event, as it will be fully inclusive of all conference activities. SICB 2021 will take place from January 3 to February 28, 2021.
World Conference on Marine Biodiversity 2020
Date: December 13-16th
Poster Abstract Deadline: October 1st
The WCMB welcomes presentations on all aspects of marine biodiversity, both fundamental and applied sciences. The year 2020 is significant in being a deadline for both Convention on Biological Diversity Aichi Targets and UN Sustainable Development Goals, including SDG 14 on the oceans, and is a starting point for 2030 goals and the UN Decade of the Oceans. Thus, we ask contributors to link their talks and posters to these events where possible. Our focus will be to prioritise contributions that are of general appeal and wide interest and, to minimise the number of parallel sessions and maximise inclusivity, participants can expect to be restricted to one presentation per speaker.
BES Tropical & Conservation Ecology Twitter Conference
Date: November 5-6th
Abstract Deadline: September 25th
The British Ecological Society Conservation Ecology and Tropical Ecology Special Interest Groups are coming together to bring you an exciting virtual conference, surrounding the theme of "advances in technology and innovative methods". Join us on Twitter on the 5th and 6th of November for a plenary from Prof. Jennifer Powers, individual presentations and discussions surrounding the theme advances in technology and innovative methods. You do not have to be a member to get involved! If you are interested in the fields of tropical ecology and/or conservation ecology, please join us.
VI Latin American Congress of Arachnology
Date: December 14th-18th
Abstract Deadline: September 30th
Australian Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Society Annual Conference 2020
Date: November 24th-26th
Abstract Deadline: September 21st
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