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Development presents… Why we need to study unconventional models in light of climate and biodiversity challenges

Posted by , on 18 September 2023

Development’s next journal meeting, Unconventional and Emerging Experimental Organisms in Cell and Developmental Biology, will be taking place between 17-20 September at the beautiful Wotton House in Surrey, UK. We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be live-streaming one session of this meeting to the broader community. We will also be making the recording freely available after the event.

Please mark your diaries for this special ‘Development presents…’ event on Monday 18 September at 16:00 BST (15:00 UTC). The event will feature two fantastic talks, followed by a panel discussion session. You’ll be able to watch the whole session live on this page and also contribute to the discussion by asking questions (both after each talk and during the panel discussion).

16:00 (BST)Ehab Abouheif (McGill University)
‘Ants, eco-evo-devo, and the evolution of biological complexity’
16:30Kim Cooper (UC San Diego)
‘Evolution of extreme skeletal proportion in bipedal jerboas’
17:00Why we need to study unconventional models in the light of climate and biodiversity challenges
Chair: Cassandra Extavour
Panel: Ehab Abouheif, Kim Cooper, Michael Raissig, Iñaki Ruiz-Trillo

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