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New events

Please contact us if have an event which you wish to promote. If we feel it is appropriate to the Association then it will be listed here. Send details to Dr. Alex Monro, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, TW9 3AB, UK.


Funding for events

If you would like to organise your own conference, with Systematics Association funding, you need to complete a Conference Proposal form and submit it to Dr. Alex Monro, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, TW9 3AB, UK.

Please note: The maximum amount awarded is £3,000, with only half of that amount awarded upfront and the balance being paid on publication of the symposium volume with Cambridge University Press.


Events for 2016

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Date Event
21 April 2016

9th Annual Biodiversity Policy Lecture
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12 October 2016

Sir Julian Huxley Lecture

Dosage sensitive genes in evolution & disease

Professor Aoife McLysaght
Professor in Genetics & Head of Genetics in University of Dublin, Trinity College

6.00pm Linnean Society, Burlington House, London, UK
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16 November 2016 Annual General Meeting

5.00pm Linnean Society, Burlington House, London, UK
16 November 2016

Michael Richardson
President's Lecture
Evolution and Development of Reptiles: From Genomes to Venoms

6.00pm Linnean Society, Burlington House, London, UK

Michael Richardson
Professor of Animal Development
Leiden University,
The Netherlands

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6.00pm Linnean Society, Burlington House, London, UK
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25 November 2016 Young Systematists' Forum
a FREE one day meeting
Flett Lecture Theatre, The Natural History Museum, London, UK
The annual Young Systematists' Forum represents an exciting setting for Masters, PhD and young postdoctoral researchers to present their data, often for the first time, to a scientific audience interested in taxonomy, systematics and phylogenetics.

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