It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the Society for Experimental Biology’s 2022 Symposium & Satellite events.

The     Society for Experimental Biology     is a learned society established in 1923 at  Birkbeck College in London to "promote the art and science of experimental biology its branches".

The society has an international membership of approximately 1500. It covers cell, plant and animal science with more than 20 special interest groups.

The Society's fundamental aim is to increase experimental biology's influence within the scientific community and to the broader public, demonstrating its importance and impact on tackling real-world issues, such as climate change, food security and conservation efforts.

SEB organises some of the leading conferences, symposiums and satellite events in experimental biology, which brings together biologists from all over the world to learn, share and network.

All SEB events present an excellent opportunity for researchers at all stages of their career to meet and present their research to colleagues. The opportunity to meet and network with a huge range of biologists is a key aspect of all our events.

The following are key reasons to sponsor and exhibit with us:

  • Scientists attending from international universities and research institutions
  • Attendees range from first-year students to Emeritus Professors
  • A thought-provoking scientific programme with renowned speakers

In addition to an exhibition stand or table, there are a number of sponsorship opportunities available to enhance your company’s presence at the event, including sponsorship of the SEB Conference App and prestigious awards for upcoming researchers! If there is something you would like to sponsor that you don’t see in the prospectus, please do not hesitate to contact us.

To avoid missing out on any exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, please contact the Events Team on [email protected].

We look forward to seeing you at future forthcoming SEB events.


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