Integrating the 3 Dimensions of Biodiversity: New Standards for Documenting Biodiversity of Ciliates and Strategies for Accessing and Sharing Data
A joint workshop of the International Research Coordination Network for Biodiversity of Ciliates and the BSPB
1-3 September 2014, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey, UK
Workshop details are now provided in both Word (rtf) and PDF formats. Information about accommodation in London has also been provided below.
- Information about the workshop - Word
- Information about the workshop - PDF
- Workshop Programme - Word
- Workshop Programme - PDF
- Booking form - Word
- Booking form - PDF
- Accommodation in London
British Society for Protist Biology (BSPB) Spring Meeting, 23-25 April 2014
The BSPB Spring Meeting 2014 took place at Lancaster University, UK. The meeting opened on the Wednesday evening with a Plenary Lecture on the use of protists to investigate eukaryotic origins, given by Martin Embley. Two symposia then followed.
The first celebrated the distinguished career of Bland Finlay who, after 35 years of protistan research, has recently retired from his academic post at Queen Mary University of London. Speakers paying tribute to Blands contribution to protistan biodiversity, biogeography and ecology included Genoveva Estaban, Tom Fenchel, Stephen Maberly, Bill Martin and David Wilkinson.
The second symposium examined the evolution and ecology of flagellate protists within the guts of insects, with invited contributions from Rod Dillon (Sand fly), Petros Ligoxygakis (Drosophila), Eamonn Mallon (Bumblebee) and Renate Radek (Termites).
Protists, other small organisms, and Next Generation Sequencing
Joint meeting between the BSPB and the Linnean Society, 10-12th of April 2013.
The joint BSPB - Linnaean Society Spring Meeting was held at the Natural History Museum in London. The main symposium was on 'Next Generation Sequencing'. Guest speakers included Christopher Quince (Computational Microbial Genomics Group, Glasgow University), Si Creer (School of Biological Sciences, Bangor University), Konrad Paszkiewicz (Wellcome Trust Biomedical Informatics Hub & Head of Exeter University Sequencing Service), Micah Dunthorn (Kaiserslautern University), and Dawn Field (Molecular Evolution and Bioinformatics Group, NERC CEH).
Presentation slides from some of the talks are now available for download. See the Meeting abstracts page for links.
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52nd BSP Spring meeting
The 52nd BSP Spring meeting including the bi-annual Trypanosomiasis and Leishmaniasis seminar, will take place in Cambridge University between the 6th and 9th April, and looks set to be an exciting and popular conference.