4th Young Natural History scientists' Meeting

7th – 11th February 2017

Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle (Paris, France)

 

Certificates of presentation are available to dowload --> here !

 

All photos of the congress are viewed and downloaded here.

You can visit the awards page to see the names of the best oral and poster presentations of each session, and personal jury congratulations to some other candidates. 

Winning photos of the contest are available here!

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 Many thanks to Sorbonne University, the FSDIE of Pierre-and-Marie-Curie University and the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle for their technical and financial support.

 For the help given to BDEM, thank you to the student associations Doc’UpSymbiose Six andTimarcha.

We also wish to thank all the YNHM sponsors: the naturalistic magazine La Hulotte, the scientific magazine Pour la science, the Yves Rocher Foudation and the publishing company Springer.

… and for supporting the scientific sessions : the Société Géologique de France, the Société Française d’Écologie, the Société Française de systématique, the Société d’Anthropologie de Paris and the Association Française Interprofessionnelle des Ecologues.

We thank cordially the Chairpersons and the jury members for accepting our invitation and for the fascinating scientific discussions.

Thank you to our fabulous graphic designer Sophie Fernandez and to our photograher Valentin Faivre, Yoan Paillet and Laure Schneider-Manoury.

And finally… thank you all for your participation!

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Please find the planning of the 4th YNHM here!

Here is the abstract book for all the oral presentations and posters.

 

The Bureau des Doctorants et Étudiants du Muséum (association for master students, PhD students and young researchers of the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle of Paris), Doc’up (association for PhD students of the Université Pierre et Marie Curie), Timarcha (association for young naturalists), and Symbiose6 (association for young biologists of the UPMC) are pleased to announce the opening of the registration and abstract submissions for the 4th Young Natural History scientists' Meeting!

The event will be hosted at the MNHN of Paris (France) from the 7th to the 11th of February 2017.

This totally free conference is dedicated to young researchers in natural history (non permanent researchers such as PhD students, postdocs or master students) who are the only ones allowed to present communications, but senior researchers are very welcome to attend the conference. The meeting will be entirely in English. 

Of course you can attend the meeting without making a presentation. Please remember to register, it will help us to know the number of participants. 

 

For any question or more information, contact us at: ynhm2017@gmail.com.

 And follow us on Twitter @YNHM_2017 and on our Facebook page!

#YNHM2017

 

We invite contributions in English (either oral or poster communications) on all aspects of natural history represented in these six sessions:

- Biodiversity Dynamics and Conservation

- Humanities and Natural Sciences

- Systematics, Evolution and Comparative Anatomy

Earth and Planetary Sciences

- Evolutionary Ecology

- Methods in Natural Sciences

 

A keynote speaker will open each of these multidisciplinary themes with a lecture on a relevant topic.

Best oral and poster presentation of each session will be rewarded by a 200€ voucher offered by Springer, and other gifts from our sponsors.

 

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