CNET 2018: Registration is open

CNET 2018: Registration   is open

The 21st annual meeting organized by the French research community working on transposable elements (CNET 2018), organized this year by the GReD,  will be held in  Clermont-Ferrand   on 2-4 July 2018.

This conference will cover all aspects of transposable element biology, including molecular mechanisms, cellular defense pathways, physiological impact on organisms, evolution of genomes and populations, and ecology.

For more details (programm, registration ) it's here.

This is the 21st annual meeting organized by the French research community working on transposable elements and will take place this year in Clermont-Ferrand. The central location of Clermont-Ferrand in France and the natural environment surrounded by 80 volcanoes make it exceptional. We welcome interdisciplinary contributions including molecular, genetics and cellular studies, as well as bioinformatics and mathematical modelling approaches, applied to a wide range of model organisms (prokaryotes, yeast, insects, plants, mammals, ciliates,...).

The program will include invited Keynote Speaker (Kirsten-André Senti from Vienna), selected talks and ample time for poster presentation and discussions. Junior researchers are encouraged to apply for oral presentations and a price of 250€ will be discerned by the CLARA (Cancéropôle Lyon Auvergne Rhône-Alpes) to the best student oral presentation.Organization

The registration  is open: https://cnet2018.sciencesconf.org

Deadlines:

- registration with housing is 28 May 2018

- registration without housing and abstract submission: 15 June 2018

For any question related to the conference, don't hesitate to send an email to cnet2018@sciencesconf.org

Last modified: 05/30/2018