Berlin, Germany : 9 - 12 September 2018
We know that scientists want opportunities to engage and interact outside the lecture theatre, so EACR conferences always feature a variety of dedicated sessions for this.
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Sunday 09 September at 17:55
After the opening keynote, two invited speakers will take on a hot topic in an engaging and interactive debate. Once each speaker has put across their argument, questions will be invited from the audience. All participants will be asked to vote both before and after the debate, to see whether the discussion has changed anyone’s viewpoint.
Monday 10 September, 12:45-14:15
Tuesday 11 September, 13:15-14:45
Lively Poster Discussion Sessions are a fixture at Goodbye Flat Biology. As well as the dedicated sessions on Monday and Tuesday, there will also be additional poster viewing opportunities at the beginning of each day where posters can be freely browsed.
Tuesday 11 September at 09:00
Prof. Margaret Frame will share her perspective of a career in science, touching on various challenges and key decisions she has experienced as a researcher. There will be a chance to ask your questions, and it promises to be a highlight of the meeting.
Tuesday 11 September at 19:30
The Conference Dinner will take place on the final night of the meeting. It will be an excellent opportunity for participants and speakers to get to know each other in a relaxed and informal environment. The evening will begin with a Drinks Reception in the Planck Lobby of Harnack House at 19:30, featuring live music. The three-course served dinner will take place downstairs in the atmospheric restaurant from 20:00. Due to the limited size of the restaurant, participant numbers have been restricted to 100. The evening is expected to be a sell out, so make sure that you buy your ticket when registering!
Tickets for the conference dinner are not included in the registration fee and can be purchased as an optional extra for €55.
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