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Weekly Schedule

Week 40(30 - 4 Oct 2019)

Weekly schedule by email: Every Friday afternoon the weekly schedule for the coming week is distributed by email. If you also want to receive our weekly schedules, please send an email to your expertise group secretary or to the GELIFES Office and you will be added to the mailing list.

Announcements for the weekly schedule: If you have anything to announce that is of interest to all institute members, including literature / book discussions, please send an email to GELIFES Office before 12:00 hr on Thursday.

Monday 30

Room

08:45

Mini symposium Rosalind Franklin Fellowship

5161.0222

09:30

LAB/OBP Noord – Weekly meeting

5171.0340

10:00 Koffie obp-zuid 5173.0347
12:00

GREEN Marine Biology

Saskia Kühn (Colloquium) Noisy Seas: Impacts of present seismic technologies and the potential of quieting technologies for conservation and Industry

5172.0571

12:15

NEUROBIOLOGY – Molecular Neurobiology Group Meeting

Regien Schoemaker

5171.0504

13:30

GREEN – Marine Biology

Fabris van der Zee Opsin genotyping: visual adaptation in clear water cichlids

5172.0571

Tuesday 1

Room

09:15

GREEN - Microbial Ecology Weekly meeting

Yanfang Wang Are bacteria important in the lignocellulose degrading consortia?

5173.0347
12:00

Conseco Lunchmeeting

Marianthi Tangili Cracking the code using DNA barcoding; What do adult pied flycatchers eat?

Aditya Ganesh Spatial and temporal distribution of invertebrates in agricultural fields

5172.0571
12:30

EGDB

Barbara Helm Biological rhythms of natural organisms

5172.0679

Wednesday 2

Room

10:00

GREEN - Population genetics/omics Journal club (everybody is welcome)

Revision of fin whale Balaenoptera physalus (Linnaeus, 1758) subspecies using genetics” Archer et al., Journal of Mammalogy (2019)

5173.0347
12:00

GREEN – Plant Ecophysiology Weekly meeting & presentation

Maaike Hooghiemstra Different effect of siderophore producing Bacillus mycoides plant- and soil-associated strains on dicot and graminaceous monocot plants grown under iron stress

5173.0347
12:00

NEUROBIOLOGY - Behavioral Neuroscience Lab meeting

Steffen van Heijningen Update PhD project

5171.0504

Thursday 3

Room

16:00

Gelifes Seminars

Max Scott Development of genetic systems for control of insect pests

5171.0415

Friday 4

Room

12:45

PhD Defence

Asmoro Lelono Don’t underestimate father. Effects of cryptic and non-cryptic paternal traits on maternal effect in a species without paternal care

Promotor – Prof. dr. A. G. G. Groothuis / Co-promotor – Dr. B.J. Riedstra

Academy Building
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