15 Jul 2021
by SEB

2 weeks left to propose a session for our 2022 annual conference in Montpellier!

2 weeks left to propose a session for our 2022 annual conference in Montpellier!

Deadline extended: 30 July 2021
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The SEB Animal, Plant and Cell Biology Sections are now accepting proposals for sessions at our 2022 Annual Conference taking place in Montpellier, France (5-8 July 2022).
This is a great opportunity to raise your profile, expand your network as well as raise awareness of your area of research.
The SEB provides all administrative support with organising and promoting your session and provides funding of up to £500 per ½ day session for in person meetings as well as free registration for two invited speakers.

Organise a Plant Biology Session 
The SEB Plant Section welcomes proposals for sessions on plant biology topics at our 2022 Annual Conference. Proposals can be submitted openly within the topics covered by our Plant Biology Interest groups which can be found at www.sebiology.org/plant-biology . 

Organise a Cell Biology Session 
The SEB Cell Section is looking for proposals from Cell Section members within the following themes:
  • Modelling and in silico biology
  • Emerging Technologies 
Experimental Cell Biologists are always at the forefront of developing new techniques, whether experimental, in silico or modelling. SEB 2022 Annual Conference will be an opportunity to focus on new techniques, from cutting edge microscopy to innovative informatics. If you have ideas for a session discussing the latest approaches in cell biology in your field, we are interested to hear from you. Our aim is for SEB 2022 Annual Conference to showcase the findings of the very latest techniques and to give glimpses of the future of cell biology in all its forms. 

Organise an Animal Biology Session 
The SEB Animal Biology Section welcomes proposals from Animal Section members within the following themes:  View Animal Section themes 

Proposals are also welcome outside of these themes. 
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