The vifabio Calendar of Conferences and Congresses provides an overview of the most important upcoming events in biology, in chronological order. Only larger conferences and congresses of several days' duration are considered. Please take advantage of the options on the right-hand side to refine the list of events.
The theme of the meeting is "Fundamentals in Ecology and Evolution: Now and Into the Future", and will be held Wednesday, July 18 - Saturday, July 21, 2018. Unless otherwise specified, all other activities will be held in Rozanski Hall. [Information of the supplier]
The biannual North American Congress for Conservation Biology represents an important facet of SCBNA's work to foster communication among conservation scientists and practitioners in North America. This event brings together conservation professionals and students working across a wide variety of disciplines and institutions for discussion, innovation and opportunities in science. The goal of NACCB is to provide a forum for presenting and discussing new research, developments, and strategies that will inform policy changes and conservation practices to address today's conservation in North America. The 2018 conference theme is "Conservation science, policy, and practice: connecting the urban to the wild". ... [Information of the supplier]
The International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE) is the leading scientific society for the study of the behaviour and welfare of confined or domesticated animals, including companion, farm, zoo and managed wild animals. The Congress provides an international forum for the presentation and discussion of advances in applied animal behaviour science and animal welfare. ... [Information of the supplier]
Vancouver is delighted to welcome ornithologists from around the world on behalf of the International Ornithologists' Union to the 27th International Ornithological Congress (IOCongress2018)! Considered the oldest and most prestigious of meetings for bird scientists, the Congress occurs every four years since first being held in Vienna, Austria, in 1884. Canada has hosted only once previously, Ottawa in 1986, and Vancouver will be the first time the Congress has been on the Pacific Coast of the Americas. The Congress has broad national endorsement, including from the City of Vancouver, the province of British Columbia, Environment Canada, Simon Fraser University, Artists for Conservation, Tourism Vancouver plus an array of scientific societies and conservation organizations. Bird Studies Canada, the country’s leading science-based bird conservation organization is Co-Host. Such diverse supporters reflect the vision that wild birds are ambassadors for environmental health, and sustaining our bird heritage depends on all governments working in concert with Aboriginal Peoples, academia, artists, the interested public and non-government organizations. In honor of the occasion, the City’s annual Bird Week will coincide with the Congress in 2018, showcasing Vancouver to the world as a green, bird-friendly city. With this mounting enthusiasm, coupled with the spectacular venue (West Wing of the Vancouver Convention Centre), our aim is to make this Congress the most successful and important bird meeting yet. We believe that the prospect of over 2,000 scientists from ~100 countries flocking to Vancouver in combination with public events and exhibitions in celebration of all-things-birds will represent a game-changer for ornithological conferences. Your Host, the “IOCongress2018 Organizing Society”, is a registered non-profit, with many of the same members who made the 5th North American Ornithological Conference (NAOC-V, Vancouver, 2012) the biggest and most financially successful bird meeting staged in North America to-date. The team is excited about doing even better in 2018, with a once-in-a-lifetime scientific gathering of a scope and scale hitherto never attempted. As is custom, we will be offering pre- and post-Congress tours to Canada’s birding hot spots as well as daily bird-watching opportunities. Join us in fostering an international legacy and heralding a new era in ornithology. ... [Information of the supplier]
The Waterbird Society will hold its 42nd Annual Conference and AGM in Vancouver, BC, Canada from 19-20 Aug 2018. Full details will be available shortly. This year, our conference is being held in conjunction with, and immediately preceding, the 27th International Ornithological Congress (21-26 Aug 2018). The Congress occurs every four years, and is considered the oldest and most prestigious of meetings for avian scientists. As such, this provides a unique opportunity to engage with the broader international ornithological community and will have a lot to offer in addition to our regular meeting. ... [Information of the supplier]
We are excited to host the 2018 Entomological Society of America (ESA), Entomological Society of Canada (ESC) and Entomological Society of British Columbia (ESBC) in the breathtaking city of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This offers unique opportunities to share your research, gain exposure, and collaborate across border and across the Societies. Connect with over 3,000 scientists and researchers from around the globe over the four science-filled days. Submissions for Program Symposia are now open and due Thursday, February 1. Successful program symposia submissions should relate to the meeting's theme, include international collaborations and feature speakers from a variety of backgrounds reflecting the diversity of our members across the three societies. This is a competitive process. We encourage organizers to be creative, inventive and thoughtful in creating session proposals that are engaging and forward-focused. Failure to provide a comprehensive proposal may result in your submission being left out of the 2018 program. Program Symposia will be annouced by March 1. ... [Information of the supplier]