The Neptune Symposium took place in Lisbon last November. It was the last event of the Neptune ITN and everyone that attended would agree if I say that it was a fantastic event, with lots of good science, interesting talks and a very enjoyable atmosphere. The Final Symposium was entirely (and flawlessly) organised the Neptune fellows.
Marine Animal Model in Evolution and Development – MAMED 2014
6-16 July 2014, EMBL Heidelberg
The practical course Marine Animal Models in Evolution and Development (MAMED 2014) with focus on functional interference techniques will take place from 6 to 16 July 2014 at EMBL, Heidelberg.
March 27, 2013
Registrations for the EMBO Practical Course Marine Animal Models in Evolution & Development are now closed
In collaboration with EMBO, NEPTUNE is pleased to announce the summer course “Marine animal models in evolution & development”, that will take place from1st till 12th July 2013 at the Sven Lovén centre for marine sciences, Kristineberg, Sweden.
This course focuses on the establishment of molecular techniques and genomic resources in both established and emerging marine animal models for the study of the developmental biology and evolution (evo-devo), marine neurobiology, behaviour and comparative genomics. Special focus of the 2013 practical course will be on the use of advanced imaging techniques such as Lightsheet Fluorescence Microscopy (LSFM) and in vivo lineaging.
The course is addressed to PhD Students and post-docs.
Please note that this course can be attended by a limited number of participants.