Białowieża ForestBiałowieża Forest, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the largest European remnant of the ancient woodlands that once covered major parts of the continent, and a home to many endangered species, such as European bison, wolf, or lynx.
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A preliminary programme is now available. It may be a subject of changes but it will give you a general idea how our time in Bialowieza will be organized.
During the conference, we plan to book some time for bioinformatic skills exchange. Almost everybody of us once struggled with a problem that could be easily solved using specific tools. The only problem was we didn’t know that tool. The … Continue reading
Our meeting got a new, lovely bison logo designed by Tomek Samojlik @wiedzmun, a researcher from our host, Mammal Research Institute. Enjoy!
This is a reminder that we still look forward your abstracts. If you haven’t submitted your abstract yet, please send it to email@example.com. The deadline for the submission is 10th August.
The deadline for abstract submission has been extended till 10th August. The new deadline for payment is 20th August.
To register, please click on “Registration” button in the menu and fill the form. Within 24h you will receive a login that will allow you to add the abstract and provide additional details. There is no application deadline but there … Continue reading
The registration will start 8th 10th May (we are experiencing minor delay due to some technical issues). There are 35 places available, they will be served on a first-come, first-served basis. If there is more delegates that places, a preference … Continue reading
The conferece will take place in Białowieża, in hotel Wejmutka, from 16 to 20 September 2017. The registration will open soon.
The most likely date of the conference is 16-20 September 2017. This will be confirmed in the next couple of days but check your calendars and save the date.
We are happy to announce that Mark Blaxter (University of Edinburgh), Stuart J.E. Baird (Czech Academy of Sciences), and Katja Nowick (University of Leipzig) promised to give plenary talks in Białowieża.