The Biennial Challenger Conference - Liverpool 2016.


The biennial Challenger Conference attracts over 300 leading UK marine scientists and science managers. As well as showcasing cutting edge marine science and technology, the conference is noted for its training of young scientists and networking events, including a series of keynote and guest lectures from eminent speakers. The next conference will be held jointly by the University of Liverpool, John Moores University and NOC, Monday 5th to Thursday 8th September 2016.

Keynote speakers for the 2016 Challenger conference have been announced. Details are on the conference website along with session details, registration and abstract submission https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/challenger-conference-2016/

You are invited to submit an abstract for inclusion in the conference programme.
Abstract deadline is fast approaching so follow the link for a full list of sessions https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/challenger-conference-2016/abstract-submission/

Remember to book your accommodation when you register at https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/challenger-conference-2016/registration/

Challenger Conference Presidents Photography Competition. Please find details here.

See you in Liverpool on the 5-8th September.
Challenger 2016 Organising Committee
csms_enquiry@noc.ac.uk




 

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