These awards are for young scientists (including students) to attend the ESEB meeting in Tubingen in August 2011 (www.eseb2011.de).
The award will cover:
1. Support toward travel and living expenses.
2. ESEB Registration fees (based on early member registration fees).
Eligibility: Applications can be submitted by young scientists at various stages of their professional career that do not yet have a permanent position (e.g., Master and PhD students, postdocs).
Applicants must be ESEB members (for becoming a member of ESEB, see http://www.eseb.org/). Proposals can be submitted several times, but winners are not eligible for a second award for a period of 5 years. They must submit an oral communication or a poster to be eligible for the award.
How to apply: send you application by email to the ESEB Travel Award Committee, c/o Dr. Martijn Egas <C.J.M.Egas@uva.nl>. The application should be no more than 2 pages long and include: name of the applicant; budget, including sources of additional support; an explanation of how attendance to the meeting will further their professional goals; and a CV (preferably as a single PDF-file). A support letter from the applicant advisor/mentor is also required. Support letters should be sent to the same email address (C.J.M.Egas@uva.nl) by the applicant’s mentor or senior colleague.
Deadline: 11 February 2011 24:00 GMT.
Secretary, the European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB)
Hi all- just to remind you all that we are having a freezer clearout (we are drastically running out of space). At the moment we are doing a ‘stocktake’ of the -20 room (I now have a 90% completed list). Do you have anything that can defo. be thrown out?
-80’s these will be defrosted (stuff taken to -20 overnight). Do you have anything to throw? (or stuff that cannot go up to -20 temp.?). Please let me know.
Coldroom? -20 freezers? anything to throw out? PCR products?
Accommodation needed from Jan 23rd for Lyndsey Holland (for about 1 month? and then maybe a little more time) Please email Lyndsey directly on firstname.lastname@example.org
…just a quick note to warn you Ammonium Acetate- 96-well plate-extraction people that you need to ensure that your total ethanol should be at or above 64% to allow DNA to precipitate fully (one adaptation of the method has the ethanol at 50% which doesn’t work as well!). Our normal tube method uses 2x volume ethanol (66% final).
Apologies to those who may have already received this message via Sue. We’d love a few more bods to get involved 😉
Hi as you know the Dept. is taking part in Green Impact again this year (see http://sheffield.greenimpact.org.uk/ for more details).
We now have an action plan to achieve at least the Silver Award for this
year but need some help implementing a few simple(ish!) tasks 🙂 If you
would like to be actively involved in Green Impact and become part of
the GI Team 2010/11 then please contact Andy (A.email@example.com)
or Anna (A.Santure@sheffield.ac.uk) (ideally in the next few days) and
we’ll get back to you with further details.
Andy and Anna 🙂
Filipa Martins is here and looking for a room to rent for 6 months. Filipa is working in lab B71 (x20108) and is in office B54 (x20113). If anyone can help please contact her by phone or email = firstname.lastname@example.org
the meeting tomorrow (see below) is cancelled because we have no speaker. I hope someone will be able to speak next week, so we can do it then. If anyone is interested in telling us about her/his work, please let me know.
>our next meeting is Tuesday, 11 Jan at 10am in B52. Tia will tell us about her >project, and I still do not have a second speaker. So if anyone is interested in >telling us about his/her work, please let me know >(email@example.com)
>It’s a meeting for the whole lab, so please attend if you’re in
the first group meeting for Terry’s staff, students and visitors will be on Friday 14/01, from 12 noon til 1.30pm in B52.