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In this Specialization, you will learn to analyze and visualize data in R and create reproducible data analysis reports, demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the unified nature of statistical inference, perform frequentist and Bayesian statistical inference and modeling to understand natural phenomena and make data-based decisions, communicate statistical results correctly, effectively, and in context without relying on statistical jargon, critique data-based claims and evaluated data-based decisions, and wrangle and visualize data with R packages for data analysis.
Virtual Society for Mathematical Biology 2021 Conference
Date: June 13th - 17th
Abstract Submission Deadline: March 30th
As all SMB meetings, SMB2021 will cover all aspects of mathematical biology. We acknowledge that many are facing challenging personal and/or professional circumstances, but we hope that our virtual Annual Meeting will allow our community to stay connected, share research, and support each other. The meeting will be held 24 hours a day to maximize the participation of people across the world. Subgroups include Population Dynamics, Ecology & Evolution, Methods for Biological Modeling, Cell & Developmental Biology, Education, Immunobiology & Infection, Mathematical Epidemiology, Mathematical Neuroscience and Mathematical Oncology.
Predicting Evolution (EMBO)
Date: June 14th - 16th
Abstract Submission Deadline: April 5th
Registration Deadline: May 16th
Advances in genome sequencing and gene editing tools are providing unprecedented insights into biological mechanisms and evolutionary processes. In parallel, computational and theoretical approaches are providing new insights into our understanding of these new data. A goal for this conference is to unite people across theoretical and experimental backgrounds into a coherent focus on “predicting evolution”.
The conference will explore the evolution of biological systems at different levels: from genes and molecules to organism development and ecology. As such, we have invited leaders in their respective fields across various scales of evolution: molecular, network, microbial, developmental, and community. Particular emphasis for this conference will be placed on understanding evolution through mechanistic biology. We will explore recent advances in experimental and theoretical approaches to study how genetic and non-genetic changes drive and constrain evolution. The meeting will offer a training ground and productive learning experience for attendees, and provide networking opportunities for scientists across disciplines relevant to evolutionary biology. It should be of particular interest to those working at the interface of evolution, quantitative genetics, development, and systems biology.
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University of East Anglia Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation 2021 Twitter Conference
Date: March 24th
The Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation (CEEC) Rebellion is an informal student-run meeting which aims to bring together CEEC faculty, MSc, PhD students and Postdocs from across the University of East Anglia to present and discuss research in ecology and evolutionary biology. Follow the #UEACEEC21 hashtag to tune in to lots of great Twitter presentations from CEEC students, Post-Docs, lecturers, collaborators, and alumni. It's sure to be a great day.
Student Conference on Conservation Science - Bangalore
Date: September 27th - 30th
Abstract Submission Deadline: April 2nd
The Student Conference on Conservation Science (SCCS) - Bengaluru was first organised in 2010 by a group of like-minded individuals passionate about encouraging young minds to explore the science and practice of conservation. As a sister conference to SCCS-Cambridge, SCCS-Bengaluru focuses on attracting student participants, primarily from countries in South and South-east Asia, and Africa. The conference is a multi-day event designed to encourage exchange of research ideas, technical knowledge, and experience related to conservation.
SCCS-Bengaluru 2020 is a three-day conference that includes plenary talks, student poster presentations and talks, and various activities aimed at networking and introduction to numerous national and international institutions and organisations involved in conservation and conservation research. Of these, the plenary sessions scheduled for each evening are open for free public attendance.
UBC Annual Biology Graduate Symposium (BGS)
Date: May 3rd - 4th
Registration Deadline: April 16th
The annual Biology Graduate Symposium (BGS) brings together a diverse breadth of exciting research taking place in the Department of Biology.
The BGS provides an opportunity for graduate and post-doctoral trainees from the natural and health sciences to showcase, discuss, and celebrate their research with other students, faculty, and staff. This poster symposium prepares both junior and senior trainees for conferences by encouraging communication and networking skills under a laid-back and intimate setting.
1st Symposium of Fungal Diversity and Conservation in Cloud Forests
Date: March 24th - 25th
The Symposium on Diversity and Conservation of Fungi in Nebular Woods ”emerges as an unfolding of the activities of the research groups of the Laboratory of Molecular and Computational Biology of Fungi and MIND. endemic and heavily threatened, cloud forests. The main objective of the symposium is to demonstrate to the participants the importance of studying Funga in this environment. The event's target audience is undergraduate and graduate students, professors and researchers. The speakers (national and international) will present results and perspectives of research carried out with fungi in Nebular Woods around the world, from the perspective of biodiversity, potential for the discovery of new species, ecology and conservation.