EastBio Symposium 2017: Registration
The fifth EASTBIO Symposium, second on the Societal Impact of Bioscience Research, will be held at the University of Aberdeen (King's College Conference Centre) on Sunday 11 (from 15:30) to Monday 12 June 2017 (10:00-17:00). All students are expected to attend (fourth-year students are welcome to join us); supervisors are warmly invited to attend the second day of interactive student presentations and debate. The programme will be made available shortly on the website http://www.eastscotbiodtp.ac.uk/eastbio-symposium-2017. Accommodation for the 11th of June in Aberdeen will be free for all students and attending supervisors who wish to attend from the Sunday. Travel to be arranged independently by all attendees.

Extension for registration: Monday 2 May 2017.

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Students and supervisors at the 2016 Symposium Poster session
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Please note: Students are expected to attend both days so please email EASTBIO if you are unable to attend (attendance is not only mandatory but carries 20 training points that will have to be replaced with other EASTBIO training should you be unable to attend). Supervisors are asked to confirm their plans to attend and, if relevant, the details.
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Accommodation details
Please note: EASTBIO will book single room accommodation in Aberdeen for all students for Sunday the 11 June and for all supervisors who will attend both days and require accommodation. Please confirm your requirements by ticking the appropriate box below.
Do you plan to attend the Symposium Dinner on Sunday 11 June (approximate time 19:00)
Do you have any special dietary or other requirement?
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if yes, please provide your car registration number. Further details about parking will be circulated in due course.
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