Biology PhD School
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2023 Biology PhD Symposium
Registration for our first Biology PhD School Symposium is now open!
The symposium will be held in the beautiful water-side resort of Krägga Herrgård (https://www.kragga.se/), on Friday 3rd March, 2023.
The event will consist of short presentations by students, a guest talk on jobs beyond academia, and a small poster session/social event at the end of the day. There will be transport arranged from EBC and back, with a planned departure at 08:00 and a return to Uppsala at 18:30.
We have a capacity limited to 75 attendees. Priority will be given to PhD students, but if space allows, we will be happy to welcome other students, researchers, and academics. To register, please complete the registration form sent to you via email. Students that pre-registered should be already in the list but if your plans changed, just update the form.
Those interested in presenting should submit an abstract and summary in the same form by no later than 14 February.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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