Online Ecology Conferences
Statistics with Python
Create and interpret data visualizations using the Python programming language and associated packages & libraries, Apply and interpret inferential procedures when analyzing real data, Apply statistical modeling techniques to data (ie. linear and logistic regression, linear models, multilevel models, Bayesian inference techniques), Understand importance of connecting research questions to data analysis methods.
Student Conference on Conservation Science Cambridge
Registration/Application Deadline: September 15th
The most important part of the three-day programme will be poster sessions and fifteen minute talks by students on any aspect of conservation science. Presentations of work in progress, from a broad range of countries, and from economic and social as well as biological aspects of conservation, will all be welcome. Posters and talks can be given online or in-person and all delegates will be able to see all student presentations. Some other sessions – workshops, discussion groups and presentations by conservation NGOs and agencies will be designed specifically for online participants or run only in-person. Prizes will be awarded to posters and talks of outstanding quality and relevance to conservation.
Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) 2022
Dates: January 3rd - 7th (In Person) January 14th - March 31st (Online)
Abstract Submission Deadline: September 1st
We are excited to announce that our SICB 2022 Annual Meeting will be held in person! We will be in Phoenix, AZ, from January 3-7, 2022. We are also introducing a new virtual component called SICB+, which will enable world-wide access to our science. It will be held online from January 14–March 31, 2022. All in-person attendees are invited and encouraged to participate in SICB+ (at no additional cost).
For in-person presentations (SICB), the limit remains a total of 1 talk and 1 poster per presenting member author. For non-member presenting authors, the limit is 1 talk or 1 poster. A second talk presentation is allowed if it is on one of the topics listed under “G. Outreach, Education, and Policy” on the abstract submission form.
For virtual presentations (SICB+), there is no limit on the number of abstracts per presenting author.
The 1st International Conference on Biodiversity and Sustainable Development 2021
Paper/Presenter Submission Deadline: August 30th (Extended)
Registration Deadline: September 30th
The 1st International Conference on Biodiversity and Sustainable Development 2021 (iBIOSDG 2021), aims to provide a forum for academia, government, SDGs advocates and the private sector to come together to share practical solutions to achieve the 17 SDGs.
Research innovations presented at this conference will be chosen to further enhance the outcome of the research to a more sustainable future and better use of resources. Most than a showcase of the state of the art of creativity and innovation in the research, this conference was a reflection towards achieving the 2030 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
SCB Melbourne Annual Twitter Conference
Date: September 29th - 30th
Abstract Submission Deadline: September 6th
To celebrate Biodiversity Month we want to showcase Melbourne based conservationists who work tirelessly towards protecting, conserving and improving biodiversity.
This year’s theme is: “Local heroes, global impacts: The broader reach of Melbourne’s conservation scientists”. We aim to show how research and practice from Melbourne has impacts beyond our city.
Consider submitting an abstract if:
you’re a conservation researcher or practitioner from Greater Melbourne
you’re keen to spread the word about past, current, or future projects
your work takes you into the big wide world beyond Greater Melbourne
We encourage content from academia, state and local government, landmanagers, industry, NGOs and community groups.
More details coming soon!
Advancing Science in Southeast Asia 2021
Date: October 29th
Registration (Register before 24th of August using discount code (EARLYBIRD) for free registration. Limited spots available.)
How do I produce quality research?
How do I ensure my research outcomes are trustworthy and credible?
How do I ensure my research has impact?
What will research look like in the future?
What infrastructure, programs and networks are available in Southeast Asia?
Research can be challenging sometimes, especially when many of us have to face barriers such as a lack of resources as well as expectations and challenges from different groups. Despite this, we need research and science to face the major challenges across Southeast Asia and beyond. To maximize the research potential across the region, the Southeast Asian Network for Open Science, the International Science Council Asia Pacific, and partners from across the globe have come together to organize a comprehensive workshop to build research practices across the region.