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Development of Sensory Systems: Autumn BSDB2010

Posted by , on 7 August 2010

Before everyone disappears on their summer holidays, I wanted to let you know that there are a few places left at the British Society for Developmental Biology Autumn meeting.
The theme is the Development of Sensory Systems and its from Tuesday 7th September to Thursday 9th September 2010 at St Anne’s College, Oxford University (fantastic location for anyone that hasn’t been there). It’s open to members and non-members and you can register (places permitting) until 1st September. For all the details and the beautiful poster see:
Speakers include:
Detlev Arendt (Heidelberg)
Clare Baker (Cambridge)
Linda Barlow  (Colorado)
Jo Begbie (Oxford)
Patrik Ernfors (Stockholm)
Anthony Graham (London)
Andy Groves (Houston)
Bill Harris (Cambridge)
Thomas Hummel (Munich)
Andrew Jarman (Edinburgh)
Ilona Kadow (Munich)
Robert Kelsh (Bath)
Lucia Manni (Padova)
Adrian Moore (Tokyo)
Filippo Rijli (Basel)
Jane Sowden (London)
Angelika Stollewerk (London)
Tanya Whitfield (Sheffield)
Darren Williams (London)
Hope to see you there!



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2 thoughts on “Development of Sensory Systems: Autumn BSDB2010”

  1. Hi, I’m a chinese student and I cannot be present at this meeting, but I am very interested in this meeting, so I want to know is there a video alive or some form of the contents in the meeting?

  2. No, I’m afraid we’re not going to have a video-feed, but its an idea we should consider for future meetings. As a matter of interest, do you think you (i.e. your lab/institute) would be willing to pay a small fee (~USD 100) for having access to a conference in this way, because if we were to video a meeting we would have to cover the cost of hiring the equipment and operators.

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