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Biology Meets Programming: Bioinformatics for Beginners
Are you interested in learning how to program (in Python) within a scientific setting? This course will cover algorithms for solving various biological problems along with a handful of programming challenges helping you implement these algorithms in Python.
Genomics and Adaptation in Forest Ecosystems
Date: September 14th - 17th
Abstract Submission Deadline: June 15th
The first EVOLTREE Conference, hosted by WSL Birmensdorf (Switzerland) from 14-17 September, 2021, focuses on the genomics of trees and interacting species from evolutionary, demographic, and ecological perspectives.
EVOLTREE is a European network of institutions engaged in studying the evolution and functioning of forest ecosystems, in particular trees as the foundation species in forest stands. A prime topic in the face of ongoing climate change is to elucidate how trees, together with their associated organisms such as mycorrhizal fungi, respond to rapid environmental changes.
We welcome contributions that apply innovative approaches and consider the relevance of their research in the context of biodiversity conservation through natural dynamics or silvicultural interference.
Comparative Urban Ecology Research Training 2021 Virtual Conference
Dates: May 18th - 19th
How to get a conservation job | Free course
Learn how to get hired as a professional wildlife conservationist with the experts at Conservation Careers.
Designed for students, job-seekers and career-changers in this free course you’ll learn the key to getting started, the mistakes and myths to avoid and the answers to your main questions.
If you chose to enrol, you’ll also get a free eBook ‘how to apply for a conservation job’ along with examples of successful resumes, covers letters and CVs.
International Conservation Education Conference 2021
Date: October 8th - 10th
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 31st
The theme of the online conference is: Building Conservation Education Success!
Get ready for an icebreaker of a different kind and a trivia contest. We will also invite all IZE members to join our business meeting so you can learn more about the future of your organization.
Creating a great conservation education programme requires a solid foundation of knowledge, experience, and planning. The World Zoo and Aquarium Conservation Education Strategy and the EAZA Conservation Education Standards are designed to support educators with building the best conservation education programmes for their institutions. The tracks for our conference are based on the Conservation Education Strategy, with the aim of showcasing how educators are using these different ‘building blocks’ in their own practice.
We are excited to invite you to participate in SyngBio 2021, the fourth meeting of researchers and other professionals working to understand the unique biology of Syngnathid fishes (seahorses, pipefishes, pipehorses, and seadragons). SyngBio 2021 will be held in exciting Guangzhou, China from May 17-21, 2021, hosted by the South China Sea Institute of Oceanology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, in consultation with Project Seahorse.
Keynote and oral presentations will be aimed to embrace several aspects of seahorse, pipefish and seadragon biology, including: physiology, phylogenetics, phylogeography, genomics, sexual selection and mating systems, behaviour, syngnathid breeding programs and aquaculture, and conservation and management. Attendees typically include almost 200 scientists, educators, aquarium professionals, graduate/undergraduate students, and government officials dedicated to understanding and protecting the unique biology of seahorses, pipefishes and seadragons.