Bat Science Stage is a virtual poster session with networking to showcase some of the cutting edge science being undertaken by bat researchers, many at early stages of their career.
Hosted by BCT, the event will offer lightning talks on different aspects of bat science as well as opportunities for networking and further discussion of topics through the event app.
We have a range of speakers from around the world sharing their science including talks on:
- Bats get sick? WNS as a potential threat to Mexican bats.
- Yafhed Martinez Hernández
- Bat nasal morphologies, not olfactory genes, reflect plant-visiting adaptations - Laurel Yoho
- In the shadow of the rising sun: a systematic review of Japanese bat research and conservation - Jason Preble
- Mitigating Human Bat Conflict in an Urban Environment: a case study from Lilongwe, Malawi - Angelena Efstathiou
- Parasites of parasites: Laboulbeniales fungi on bat flies on bats - Michiel de Groot
- Facial morphology and culture affects the aesthetic appeal of bats - Maisy Inston
- Drivers of UK bat abundance - Ella Browning
You can build your own package with our Mix and Match Ticket
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Students - don't forget you can get the student discount using code StudentBSS at the payment stage.
|Start Date/Time||Wednesday 30th September 2020 at 10:00am|
|End Date/Time||Wednesday 30th September 2020 at 12:30pm|
Online - Zoom