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International Seaweed Symposium 2016

The 22nd International Seaweed Symposium (ISS) will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, June 19-24, 2016.

The International Seaweed Symposium is held every third year… 85 more words


Into the genome

Upcoming scientific discussion meeting hosted by the Royal Society, entitledInto the genome: advances in the world of algal genomics’.

Registration is free and there is  an open call for poster and oral presentation submissions. 60 more words


Thought of going to a Gordon Research Conference on talking plants?

If I had some spare time, I would love to learn more about plant volatiles, so I would go to the GRC on them. Sometimes the best meetings are farthest from your expertise. 166 more words

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Entomology 2015 in Minneapolis, MN

This week, I presented a talk at Entomology 2015. The conference was a great opportunity to catch up with some of my favorite entomologists from around the country, while also learning about some of the cutting-edge research in the field! 130 more words


Should you ask that question? Thoughts from NSF

I’m at the Advisory Committee for the Biology Directorate of the National Science Foundation. We have just had a powerful talk by Jim Olds Assistant Director of Biological Sciences on biology generally. 306 more words

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Who is studying the rest of the eukaryotes? The protistologists!

It is a cabinet of marvels where Russians draw meticulous illustrations of spines and spikes, where mitochondria are optional but always leave their shadow, where roots are elusive, basic biochemical pathways variable, and new discoveries can be made at the phylum level. 506 more words

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Recipe for studying symbiosis

  What do scientists who identify first as symbiontologists study? OK, maybe I invented that term, but something brings hundreds of people to meetings where the only thing they have in common is that they study symbiosis. 679 more words

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