Monthly Archives: June 2016

Accommodation required

Hi,
My name is Michelle, and I’m a PhD student at the University of Aberdeen. I’ve been visiting NBAF for a few months now, and I am looking for a room to rent for the months of July and August while I finish up work in the lab. Please contact me at r01mbm13 (at) abdn.ac.uk if you know of a place. Thanks so much!

Michelle

Extra Seminar, Simon Griffith TOMORROW Friday 24th June 2pm

There will be an extra EEE seminar this FRIDAY (24th June) at 2pm in the common room.

Simon Griffith, Macquarie University

A global perspective on conflict and cooperation in animal mating systems

If you are interested in having a chat with Simon contact Terry (t.a.burke@sheffield.ac.uk).

Terry’s group meeting Friday 17/06 tomorrow 1.30pm

in BMS Seminar room 1

speciation journal club

Hi all,

as there are some new people around:
If you are interested in speciation / population genetics / anything related to these topics, maybe you would like to join the speciation journal club? We usually meet every Tue at 1pm (except for the first Tue of each month) to informally discuss a paper. There’s no need to join every time; you can just turn up when you are interested in the topic.
Please contact me (a.westram@sheffield.ac.uk) if you would like to be put on our email list.

Cheers
Anja

YUEG Registration deadline extended to tomorrow; tslk slots still available!

Message from organiser Martin Carr:

“Many thanks to everyone who has registered and also to everyone who has put forward a talk or poster abstract. We currently have a number of talk slots free and poster boards available. Everyone who has put forward a presentation has been accepted (…), but if you know anyone who is pondering whether to present please encourage them to do so.

I’ll be keeping the registration open until Friday (3rd June) for any last minute takers.”

http://www.store.hud.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=1&deptid=170&catid=378&prodid=5153

Terry’s Group meeting tomorrow Friday 3/6, BMS seminar room 1, 1.30pm