This is the website of the British Society for Protist Biology formerly known as the British Section of the Society of Protozoologists.
The BSPB exists:
- To promote the study, teaching and dissemination of all aspects of protozoology.
- To provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of results obtained from original research and for an exchange of information on experimental design and techniques.
- To encourage developing and novel aspects of protozoology.
- To represent the interests of protozoology on other professional bodies.
- To assist young scientists researching in protozoology to attend professional meetings.
BSPB 2015 Early Announcement
The 2015 British Society For Protist Biology Spring Meeting will be held between 15-17th April 2015 at the University of Huddersfield. The conference will host two mini-symposia – Experimental Evolution in Protists and The Evolution of Multicellularity – as well as sessions for posters, student talks and contributed talks.
A limited number of student bursaries will be allocated to Society members who are presenting at the conference and will be offered on a first come-first served basis. Registration will open on the 15th January 2015.
See the meetings page for more information.
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Protozoology resources are available from the Natural History Museum - London. You can access approximately 1500 video clips as quicktime movies. These are free to download and use for non-commercial purposes:
You can also access 23000 microscope slide collection (mainly medical). This slide resource includes the collections of significant figures such as Garnham, Penard, Hoare etc..
For further information about these resources please contact
Dr D.McL. Roberts,
The Natural History Museum,
Web page: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/projects/euk-extreme/