Proposing a scientific meeting
An essential part of ZSL’s work is facilitating the communication of information between professional zoologists, researchers, students and the public.
Towards this end the Society holds seven Communicating Science and Wildlife Conservation events a year. Generally, the format is three short research talks on a related theme during a 90-minute evening session.
Communicating Science and Wildlife Conservation events are an ideal opportunity for scientists to present new research and findings, especially synthesising and highlighting links between related topics bearing on a common theme.
Communicating Science and Wildlife Conservation events are held monthly between October and July, in the Society's Meeting Rooms, Regent's Park, London, and start at 6.00pm. The events are open to all at no charge. The most successful meetings are those that address some topical or controversial theme, with a lively approach to the presentations that make the subject generally accessible.
The Society will cover costs of travel, accommodation and a dinner after the talks for all speakers. All logistical arrangements are managed by the Society's Scientific Events Coordinator.
Please note that the deadline for proposals for Communicating Science and Wildlife Conservation events to be held in the 2011-2012 programme is 10 April 2012. Please see below PDF for full information
Science and Conservation Events proposal form (123 KB)
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