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Courses and Workshops

Our Courses and Workshops are organized into different Topics, each one represented by a different symbol. You can find them on the top of the horizontal menu, under the Courses and Workshops tab. They are also indexed below this text.

Each course or workshop is included in only one Topic, although many of them could belong to multiple topics. Therefore, we recommend you take a look at all the Topics related to your speciality.

In the Agenda menu, the courses and workshops are listed by date, but please be aware that only those courses and workshops for which registration is open appear there.

Statistics
Statistics

 

Evolution
Evolution

 

Systems Biology
Systems Biology

 

Genetics and Genomics
Genetics and Genomics

 

Phylogeny
Phylogeny

 

Ecology
Ecology

 

Biogeography
Biogeography

 

Palaeontology
Palaeontology

 

Functional Morphology
Functional Morphology

 

Geometric Morphometrics
Geometric Morphometrics

 

Imaging
Imaging

 

Drawing and Reconstruction
Drawing and Reconstruction

 

Quantitative Cladistics and Use of TNT, June 3-7, 2013

TNT and Quantitative CLADISTICS by Pablo Goloboff (June 29 to July 3, 2015)

‘Heuristic search’ or ‘branch & bound’? With great delight, we can announce that Dr. Pablo Goloboff will be again with us. And he will not be alone: Dr. Claudia Szumik, will be here as well. The last time we had the pleasure to know the most hidden secrets of TNT was in 2013. Goloboff is …

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Open call for two grants for the course Geometric Morphometrics and Phylogeny - 6th Edition, September 7-11, 2015

Open call for two grants for our next edition of the Geometric Morphometrics and Phylogeny course

Transmitting Science is offering two grants covering the inscription of PhD students to the forthcoming course on Geometric Morphometrics and Phylogeny - 6th Edition, September 7-11, 2015. The registration fees of these two participants will be paid by means of gathered micro-funding donations from several participants collected in former editions (see donators list). This possibility is …

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13th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Vertebrate Palaeontologists (EAVP) in Opole, Poland in July 2015

Scientific Events from Around the World

13th meeting of the European Association of Vertebrate Palaeontologists (EAVP) in Opole, Poland.   Have you ever been in Poland? The European Association of Vertebrate Palaeontologists (EAVP) is celebrating its 2015′s meeting in Opole, in July 8-12. This is a highly advisable event for any palaeontologists working in Europe, which intend to tight the collaboration between …

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'Koala Bear' by Oto Vega Ponce

Il·lustraciència Awards 2014 (ACCC)

‘Il·lustraciència’ is a contest promoted by the Catalonian Association of Scientific Communication (ACCC in Catalonian acronym) which aims to highlight the importance of illustration in science, and so an unavoidable call to scientific illustrators. The main goal is the enhancement of this artistic discipline. Oto Vega Ponce (http://otovegaponce.blogspot.com.es/) was one of the four winners 2014 …

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Historical Biogeography: Fundamentals and Applications

New Transmitting Science course on Historical Biogeography; June 15-19, save the date!

Transmitting Science offers a new course focused on Biogegraphy: Historical Biogeography: Fundamentals and Applications. This course will provide basic knowledge on selected theoretical and methodological problems of historical biogeography, and is addressed to both PhD students and experienced researchers who want to improve their practical skills to be able to carry out empirical biographical analyses. …

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XIII Encuentro de Jóvenes Investigadores en Paleontología (EJIP) 2015

Scientific Events from Around the World

EJIP past and present. Transmitting Science Awards for young researchers in Palaeontology.   Meeting of Young Researchers in Palaeontology (EJIP by its letters in Spanish) is more than a simple scientific meeting to present posters and oral communications. Never mind the format, neither it does if the ongoing research is not yet concluded. Some students …

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Stephen L. Brusatte

Stephen L. Brusatte

Stephen L. Brusatte (University of Edinburgh) recently attended the Reconstructing the Terrestrial End-Cretaceous Paleoenvironments in Europe meeting (Tremp, Lleida, Spain), invited to give a keynote talk by the organisers. Transmitting Science attended the meeting as well to give our award to the best poster for non-scientists audiences*. Mass media love Brusatte, and Transmitting Science had …

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Curso Introducción al Análisis Estadístico en Biociencias - 3ª Edición, 13-17 Octubre, 2014

Introduction to Statistical Analysis in Biosciences (October 13-17, 2014): Mission Accomplished

Transmitting Science was glad to celebrate the third edition of the course Introduction to Statistical Analysis in Biosciences by our visible head-master, Dr. Soledad De Esteban-Trivigno. The course was held in Sabadell (Barcelona) from Monday 13th till Friday 17th of October (2014) and, as in other editions, free places rapidly tended to ’0′. A complete …

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Course Introduction to Naturalistic and Scientific Illustration, May 12-16, 2014

Drawing nature: from biology to art and back to science

Our first running of the course Introduction to Naturalistic and Scientific Illustration was a great success. The twenty participants spent an interesting and challenging week learning different techniques that can help researchers to illustrate their findings. Oscar Sanisidro, the instructor, who is internationally known for his work in paleontological reconstructions, kindly taught some of his …

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