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Institute for Life Sciences

IfLS Poster Session: Evolution and Development Event

Image: Dr Neil Gostling
15:30 - 17:30
24 November 2016
Observatory, Level 7, Life Sciences Building 85, Highfield Campus

For more information regarding this event, please email Adam Corres at .

Event details

IfLS poster sessions provide an informal networking opportunity for colleagues interested in Life Sciences research. This poster session focuses on the theme of Evolution and Development - Evo Devo. The date of this evolution-themed poster session is coincidentally the anniversary of a work commonly considered to be the foundation of evolutionary biology: 'On the Origin of Species' by Charles Darwin was published on 24th November 1859.


All are welcome to attend.  We have 20 posters registered so far and members of the following groups will be presenting:

Dr Neil Gostling, Biological Sciences

Prof Rebecca Hoyle, Mathematics

Dr Richard Watson, Electronics & Computer Science

Prof Keith Jones, Biological Sciences

Prof. Tom Fleming, Dr. Judith Eckert, Dr. Sandrine Willaime-Morawek, Biological Sciences & Medicine

Prof. Karen Lillycrop and Prof. Tom Fleming, Biomedical Sciences & Biological Sciences

Dr Thomas Ezard, Ocean & Earth Sciences

Dr Mark Chapman, Biological Sciences

Prof. Tom Fleming and Dr Neil Smyth, Biological Sciences

Prof. Sarah Ennis, Faculty of Medicine

Dr Rob Ewing, Biological Sciences

Dr Jessica Whiteside, Ocean and Earth Science

We welcome all kinds of contributions, including posters that have been printed for other meetings. Colleagues who are interested in presenting a poster at this session are invited to email to indicate their interest, stating the research group they are in, the group leader’s name, the number of posters they intend to bring, the poster sizes (e.g. A0), orientations (portrait is preferable as the boards are portrait) and titles.

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