SINNERS 2020 - Call for abstracts

Written by Simon Garnier on December 4, 2019


Mark your calendar! The 10th Social Insects iN the North-East RegionS meeting, or #SINNERS2020, will be held on March 7-8 at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn, NY. It is co-organized by the Barden lab, the Ware Lab and the SwarmLab.

A call for abstracts is now open and will close of January 25, 2020. You can submit your abstracts here.

More information about registration and getting there will follow soon.

SINNERS is a more or less annual gathering of scientists working on social insects and located more or less in the north eastern part of the US. Since 2012, it has brought together a diverse, creative group of students and scientists to share the remarkable advances of social insect science. Presentations are all centered on social insect systems, but cover a wide range of topics, including: behavioral ecology, microbiomes and symbiosis, pollination, agricultural applications, neuroanatomy, and much more. This conference builds lasting research relationships between scientists at all stages of their careers. In addition, it provides an excellent opportunity for students and postdocs to receive feedback on their work from knowledgeable senior level researchers and peers.

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