SEB BRIGHTON 2016

Programme

SEB Brighton 2016 satellite meeting - Sunday 3 July 2016

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This year's satellite meeting is 'An integrative biology of the egg: From the shell’s structure to the physiology within' which takes place on Sunday 3 July 2016 at the Brighton Centre. If you would like to register or find out more information on the meeting, click here.

SEB Brighton 2016 programme

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Sunday 3 July 2016

10:30-15:30  Careers Day
17:00-19:00 Science with Impact
19:00-21:00 Pre-conference networking

Monday 4 July 2016

08:00-09:00 Registration
09:00-10:30
Animal and Plant President’s Medallist talks and
YSAS Award session
11:00-12:55 Parallel scientific sessions

Conservation physiology: A changing world - problem & solutions (Animal, Plant & Cell)
Short range visual guidance in birds (Animal)
The role of individual variation in the behaviour of animal groups (Animal)
Integrative omics (Cell)
Super resolution microscopy helping to solve biological questions (Cell)
Hormone receptors: Structures, complexes and biosensors (Plant) 
Making connections - plant vascular tissue development (Plant)
General plant and cell biology (Plant & Cell)
Enhancing biology education (SEB+)
12:55-13:55 Lunch
13:55-17:55 Parallel scientific sessions continued 
18:00-19:00 Bidder Lecture (Tribute to Prof Roger Woledge)

Prof Chris Barclay (Griffith University, Australia)
Prof Di Newham (King's College London, UK)
Prof Nancy Curtin (Imperial College London, UK) 
19:00-Late Welcome evening and Wine trail

Tuesday 5 July 2016

08:30-09:00 Registration 
09:00-10:00 Cell and SEB+ Presidents Medallist talks
10:00-12:40 Parallel scientific sessions

Conservation physiology: A changing world - problem & solutions (Animal, Plant & Cell)
Comparative cardio-respiratory physiology (Animal)
General Biomechanics (Animal)
Hormone receptors: Structures, complexes, biosensors (Plant)
Making connections - plant vascular tissue development (Plant)
The plant endoplasmic reticulum: A dynamic multitasking organelle (Plant)
Science communication toolkit ( SEB+)
12:40-13:40 Lunch/Meet the 'young' academics (12:50-13:30) 
13:40-17:00 Parallel scientific sessions

Conservation physiology: A changing world - problem & solutions (Animal, Plant & Cell)
Developmental biomechanics of motor skills (Animal)
Dynamic organisation of the nucleus (Cell)
The plant endoplasmic reticulum: A dynamic multitasking organelle (Plant)
Synthetic biology: systems design and re-wiring (Plant & Cell)  
17:15-19:30 Poster Session 1 
19:30-22:00 Diversity Dinner (formerly Women in Science)

Wednesday 6 July 2016

08:30-09:00  Registration 
09:00-11:50 Parallel scientific sessions

Open animal biology (Animal)
General biomechanics (Animal)
Cross kingdom fungal biology (Cell)
Dynamic organisation of the nucleus (Cell)
From source to sink: Resource partitioning in plants (Plant)
Seed biology: From laboratory to field (Plant)
The plant endoplasmic reticulum: A dynamic multitasking organelle (Plant)
Synthetic biology: systems design and re-wiring (Plant & Cell)
11:50-12:50  Woolhouse Lecture

Dr Jane Langdale (University of Oxford, UK) 
12:50-13:50 Lunch 
13:50-17:00 Parallel Scientific Sessions continued 
17:15-19:30 Poster Session 2 

Thursday 7 July 2016

08:30-09:00  Registration 
09:00-11:45  Parallel scientific sessions

Conservation physiology: A changing world - problem & solutions (Animal, Plant & Cell)
How does energy constrain ecology? (Animal)
Moving to feeding: Applying muscle mechanics principles from limb to  feeding systems (Animal)
Osmoregulation at the extremes: Water ion balance at environmental highs and lows (Animal)
Dynamic organisation of the nucleus (Cell)
From source to sink: Resource partitioning in plants (Plant)
Seed biology: From laboratory to field (Plant)
Synthetic biology: systems design and re-wiring (Plant & Cell)  
11:45-12:45  Cell Section Plenary Lecture

Prof James Collins (Harvard University, USA) 
12:45-13:00  Medals and Prizes 
13:00-13:50  Lunch 
13:50-17:00  Parallel Scientific Sessions continued 
17:00  Close of meeting 
18:30-Late  Conference Dinner 
10:30 - 15:30