23rd Evolutionary Biology Meeting, Marseilles, France


Dates: 24-27 September 2019

Location: CANOPE – Centre Régional de Documentation Pédagogique (CRDP)31, Boulevard d’Athenes 13001, Marseille, FRANCE


*   Evolutionary biology concepts / mathematical modeling;

*   Biodiversity and Systematics;

*   Comparative genomics and post-genomics (at all taxonomic levels);

*   Functional phylogeny;

*   Environment and biological evolution;

*   Origin of life and exobiology;

*   Non-adaptive versus adaptive evolution;

*   The “minor” phyla: their usefulness in evolutionary biology knowledge;

*   Convergent evolution

*   Evolution of complex traits (Evo-Devo)

*   Education

Registration (February – June 2019)
Academics and others…..430 Euros
Students………………….330 Euros

Late Registration (July – September 2019)
Academics and others…..530 Euros
Students………………….430 Euros

Registration fees include coffee breaks, lunches (24th-27th September), 24th and 26th dinners, 25th cocktail and social events during the week-end. Please see Social Events for more information about the week-end.

For more information, contact Don Stewart (don.stewart@acadiau.ca), Marie-Helene Rome (marie-helene-rome@univ-amu.fr) or visit the conference website at http://aeeb.fr/23rd-evolutionary-biology-meeting-at-marsei/


Wildlife 70: a symposium on long-term research

Dates: 1-4 May 2017

Location: Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario

Theme: The symposium will focus on  long-term research, and its importance in understanding ecology, evolution, and conservation. Keynote speakers will include Dr. Charles Krebs and Dr. Marco-Festa-Bianchet.

Important dates: Registration and abstract submission will open on 1 December 2016.

For more information: Please visit the conference web page at http://wildlife70.com.