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Added on 2019-10-07 21:59:30 by Bezerra, Tânia Nara
Registration is open for The Seventh International Congress of Nematology!
“ICN 2020 will occur during 3-8 May and will feature 12 keynote talks ranging from “nematodes in space” to “microbiomes of nematodes deep in the seas,” to “nematode management in agrosystems.” There will be 12 workshops/symposia, 32 oral sessions and several poster sessions in the spacious surroundings of the Palais des Congres. Students can compete in one of several Poster Award categories and, if they wish, give a 3-minute flash preview during the regular oral sessions. During a midweek break, you can take one of four, organized tours or enjoy the day exploring the medieval town, its shops, markets, museums, restaurants and beaches. The Congress is being organized by the European Society of Nematology (ESN) under the auspices of the International Federation of Nematology Societies (IFNS) in Antibes Juan-les-Pins, one of the most celebrated seaside resorts of the French Riviera since the ‘Belle Epoque’ of the 1920s.
 
Every effort was made to make the meeting comprehensive, cutting edge, and affordable to all. There are special registration rates for middle and lower income countries, special congress hotel rates beginning at €35, and bursaries up to €1200 for students and early career scientists. Registration includes lunches, coffee breaks, a welcome reception, mid-week tours, and the congress banquet. So register now to take part in the Congress next spring – a perfect time of year on the Riviera. Early registration and abstract submission is until 15 January 2020. Applications for student and early career travel bursaries must be received by 30 November. Successful applicants will be informed by the first week of January.”
 

Link: https://www.icn2020antibes.com/



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