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LERN 8th Annual Conference


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The 8th Annual LERN Conference will be held on Thursday 11th November 2010 in the Archaeology Lecture Theater (Institute of Archaeology, UCL). Mark your diary now!

The LERN conference provides an opportunity for postgraduate students working on any aspect of evolution to present their work to a diverse audience. Last year’s program, available here, demonstrates the broad range of topics showcased at the conference. We welcome applications from institutions beyond London.

The conference spans a full day, with four sessions and two keynote speakers.

Talks are 15 minutes long with five minutes for questions. Posters may also be submitted. Prizes are awarded for the best talk and best poster.

Registration is free, and there will be a drinks reception after the conference.


*To apply to present a talk or poster, please complete the form questions below and email to londonevolution@gmail.com by October 14th 2010.

*To register for the conference, please click here to download the registration form and email to londonevolution@gmail.com by November 10th 2010.


You should receive an email confirming receipt of your application within three days. Please send your application again if you do not!

Further information regarding the conference, including keynote speakers, publicity posters, and timetabling, will be confirmed and circulated in due course.

Please bring the conference to the attention of anyone who may be interested, and contact us for any other conference enquiries on londonevolution@gmail.com.

* Refreshments, lunch and wine reception will be provided free of charge.

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Name:

Institution and Department:

Programme and year of study:

Abstract (no more than 250 words):

Would you prefer to present your work as a talk or a poster?

For talk abstract submitters: Would you like to be considered for a poster if you are unsuccessful in getting a talk?

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