Seminars & conferences
Find out what seminars, conferences and general events are taking place and where they are.
You will also find programmes and booking forms within specific event information or links to the relevant websites.
NOTE: The majority of these events are being hosted by our partners and members. Please take note of the contact details within the event information if you wish to make a booking.
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The conference will examine, through a wide range of scenarios, how habitat restoration, translocation and creation is achieved, and how this can contribute to effective policy making. We will look at examples of best practice and innovation and share latest work on key research questions.
Event location: John McIntyre Conference Centre
The University of Edinburgh
18 Holyrood Park Road
Event date: 11 November 2014 09:00
- 12 November 2014
This one-day workshop will provide an introduction to microscopy techniques for beginners and those thinking about getting their first microscope.
Event location: Manchester Metropolitan University, The Gateway, Chester St, Shrewsbury, SY1 1NB
Event date: 12 November 2014 10:00
The Autumn Conference is a chance for wildlife enthusiasts from across the region to join together to learn about all aspects of recording.
Event location: Eric Liddell Centre, 15 Morningside Road, Edinburgh (EH10 4DP)
Event date: 15 November 2014 10:00
This year the theme is “Beyond BioBlitz”. What is the legacy of a BioBlitz and what are we trying to achieve as a BioBlitz community? How can we best use BioBlitz as a platform for attitude and behavior change, recruitment of future recorders and the generation of valuable species data?
Event location: Armada House in Central Bristol
Event date: 18 November 2014 10:00
The NBN Trust would like to invite interested parties to attend two workshops in London, which are being held on Thursday 20th and Saturday 22nd November, either side of the Network’s annual conference on 21st November. The purpose of these workshops is to immediately start to engage members in NBN strategy implementation. The workshops will provide an opportunity for members to work together creatively and strengthen the Network. They will also create a shared ownership of the Network’s work programme.
Event location: Natural History Museum, London
Event date: 20 November 2014 10:00