R.E. Peter Biology Conference
The Dr. Richard E. Peter Biology Conference is organized by the Biological Sciences Graduate Student Association to showcase the diverse research conducted by Biological Sciences students at the University of Alberta.The event consists of poster and oral presentations by senior undergraduate, M.Sc. and Ph.D. students from each of our six Research Interest Groups (Ecology, Molecular Biology & Genetics, Microbiology & Biotechnology, Plant Biology, Physiology & Cell Biology and Systematics & Evolution). This two-day event also includes keynote lectures from an invited speaker and a faculty member, a welcome reception, and a closing celebration at Deweys on campus. The conference is an excellent opportunity for students, supervisors, and other research staff to come together to learn and provide interdisciplinary feedback on all research ongoing in the Department. The conference website can be found at <a href="http://peter.biology.ualberta.ca/" target="_blank">http://peter.biology.ualberta.ca/</a>
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