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This page lists all fungal events including any section of the BMS and also other organisations. Events appropriate to each section of the Society are listed on these pages.
Slapton Ley Field Studies Centre, Sands Road, Slapton, Devon
An opportunity to study the spring fungi of South Devon
The Field Study Centre established in 1959 manages the 214 hectare SSSI nature reserve as an "outdoor laboratory" for education and conservation educational courses and research. More fungal research has probably been carried out at Slapton than on any other nature re-serve in Britain. Slapton Ley is the largest natural lake in south-west England. Although it is only separated from the sea by a narrow shingle bar, it is entirely freshwater. The lake is surrounded by reedbeds, marshes and woodland habitats, and if this is not enough we will also be visiting other amazing sites within the local area. Our Guest Mycologist for the week will be Paul Cannon.
Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre
Aberdeen, 17-19 September 2019
The BMS Annual Scientific Meeting for 2019
Theme: Fungal Interactions
Date: 17th - 19th September 2019
Location: Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre
The British Mycological Society, with the help of the Microbiology Society, would like to welcome you to the BMS Annual Scientific meeting, to be held in the new Aberdeen Exhibition Conference Centre situated conveniently nearby Aberdeen Airport on 17th -19th September 2019.
The central theme of the meeting will be Fungal Interactions.
These interactions can be with plants, algae, fungi, humans, other animals, and the wider environment.
The meeting will have six main sessions presenting the latest state of the art research concerning
1. Oomycetes 2. Chytridiomycetes
3. Zygomycetes 4. Ascomycetes
5. Basidiomycetes 6. Microsporidia
We look forward seeing you in Aberdeen.
Duncan Wilson and Pieter van West
L & A Outdoor Centre, Goytre, West Glamorgan, Wales
An exploration of the fungi in Glamorgan
Glamorgan and the adjacent counties have some wonderful mycological sites: from semi natural woodland, sheltered woodland ravines and extensive sand dune complexes, to my-cologically rich, man-made habitats such as old mining spoil tips. It will be difficult to se-lect just a weeks worth of sites. At the L&A Centre we staying in lodges (most rooms are not en-suite) and we will have use of the whole recreational area, so there will be no short-age of workroom space. Our Guest Mycologist for the week will be Geoffrey Kibby.
São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil
The International Symposium on Fungal Stress – ISFUS will present renowned speakers that work with fungal stress in the areas of Industrial Mycology, Agricultural Mycology, and Medical Mycology.
Easton, MA, USA
Mycotoxins and Phycotoxins
Vaccines & Immunology Meeting 2019 experience is for everyone involved in the delivery, development and organization of Vaccines & Immunology, as well as those who actively engage in participating in educational programs and researches.
Lexis Publishers welcomes you to Vaccines & Immunology Meeting which is scheduled on July 17 18, 2019 at New York, USA. The research contributions through presentations, posters, workshops/special sessions, etc. will focus on supporting the development and implementation Vaccines & Immunology.
Our conference aims on discussing latest trends in Vaccines & Immunology. The collaborations among the participants from various countries at the conference will serve to generate knowledge based research among the Immunologists, Vaccinologists and all the researchers.
The main theme of the conference is Innovative approaches and strategies in Vaccinology
During this event, you will have a great chance to socialize with other researchers, scientists, professors, and students in the field of Vaccines & Immunology. I hope you have a great time during the conference exploring your research in the field.