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1st Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics – Science and Practice
Applications of conservation genetics, both in science and practice, are ever increasing. The ongoing revolution in molecular methodology opens up new possibilities for conservation genetic research. At the same time, conservation management is increasingly using genetic approaches for various practical applications, such as diagnosis, population size estimation, mating patterns and inbreeding, gene flow, fragmentation, connectivity, hybridization, adaptation and genetic monitoring. While in English-speaking countries several recurrent meetings exist that allow researchers and managers to exchange results and discuss new ideas on conservation genetics, no such platform exists in Central Europe. The aim of the Annual Meetings in Conservation Genetics is thus to bring together scientists and managers from Central Europe (mainly Germany, Austria and Switzerland) working on conservation genetics. We invite all scientists, postdocs, PhD students, Master students and, especially, conservation practitioners interested in conservation genetics to attend and contribute to the 1st Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics taking place in Birmensdorf / Zürich, Switzerland. In the following years, the annual meeting will be hosted by different institutions in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Conference objectives: (1) Inform researchers and managers on exciting conservation genetic research and emerging new developments, with a focus on Central Europe, (2) Provide a platform for personal exchange for scientists, students and managers interested in conservation genetics (including an extended poster session), (3) Establish a network for researchers in conservation genetics in Central Europe, (4) Present keynotes given by prominent scientists from within the European conservation genetic community. [Information of the supplier]
http://www.wsl.ch/dienstleistungen/veranstaltungen/veranstaltungskalender/conservation_genetics/index_EN#
26th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Humangenetics
26 th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Humangenetics together with Austrian Society of Humangenetics (ÖGH) and the Swiss Society of Medical Genetics. 15th - 17th April 2015, Graz, Austria. More information will be available soon [Information of the supplier]
http://www.gfhev.de/en/index.htm
29th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Human Genetics
The 29th Meeting of the German Society for Human Genetics (GfH) will take place in Münster, from March 14-16th in 2018. The conference will be accompanied by a specialised industrial exhibition. Interested companies are requested to contact Conventus. [Information of the supplier, modified]
http://www.gfh-conference.de/
3rd Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics 2018
On behalf of the scientific committee we invite you to the 3rd Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics which will be held from 26-28 February 2018 at the Natural History Museum Vienna. Your contributions will inform on exciting conservation genetic research and emerging new developments. Our objectives are to provide a platform for personal exchange for scientists, practitioners and stakeholders interested in conservation genetics and to establish a network in conservation genetics in Central Europe and beyond. Keynotes will be given by renowned scientists from within the European conservation genetic community.We welcome researchers at all levels of their scientific career, practitioners and stakeholders to exchange results and discuss new ideas in conservation genetics. We are looking forward to welcoming you in February! [Information of the supplier]
https://consgen18.nhm-wien.ac.at/
Conversations in Genetics
An oral history of our intellectual heritage in genetics is presented in a video collection of captivating interviews with prominent scientists who have made major contributions to the conceptual development of modern genetics. The series provides a rich resource for anyone interested in the evolution of scientific ideas. [Information of the supplier]
http://genestory.org/
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