The Society of Low Temperature Biology

SLTB2016 Meeting in Dresden

by Alasdair Kay

Full Programme Out Now!

 

The full programme for SLTB2016 in Dresden is available to download now - click HERE. It promises to be an exciting and informative meeting, with a wide range of speakers and subjects all covered in a single day.

 

Registration is open until the end of 1st September 2016 by filling in the form, available HERE, so get those forms in ASAP and see you in Dresden on the 7th September!

Registration Form

The abstracts are in and the timetable is being assembled, so there's no better time to register for SLTB2016 in Dresden. Download and complete the registration form HERE.

Please return the completed registration form to both the local organiser Prof Birgit Glasmacher (glasmacher@imp.uni-hannover.de) and the SLTB Treasurer Prof John Day (john.day@sams.ac.uk)  as soon as possible and no later than September 1st, 2016.

Registration is £50/€60 and a reduced fee is available for attendees of the IIR Workshop. Payment can be made in advance by BACS transfer or cheque, or in cash at the registration desk on the day.

See you there on the 7th September!

Abstract Submission Deadline Extended to 8th August

The abstract submission deadline for SLTB2016 in Dresden, 7th September, has been extended to 8th August. Download the abstract submission form HERE.

Abstract submissions!

 

The SLTB2016 Meeting in Dresden is rapidly approaching, but there's still time to submit your abstracts for a talk or poster!

Read details about the 2016 meeting at our 'meetings' link or download the abstract submission form HERE. Deadline for abstract submissions is 1st 8th August 2016.

The New Website

 We are excited to announce the launch of SLTB’s first steps into online networking! In preparation for the development of the new website, the Society has moved to the virtual world with new internet pages set up for online networking sites “LinkedIn” and “Facebook” and our own channel on “YouTube”. We hope you will visit and explore these pages and share your thoughts and news, making them as useful as possible to our members!

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