There are only a few days left to register for the 36th Annual East Coast Nerve Net meeting at Woods Hole.
Join us March 25th-27th when Dr. Rob Olberg (Union College) will present the keynote address: To catch a fly: The neuroethology of prey capture in dragonflies. In addition to a range of posters and talks on invertebrate neroscience, the Sunday symposium will feature an exciting look at insect sensory systems.
Also, we are pleased to announce that we've extended the deadline for the Travel Fellowship Competition to March 11th: Ten (10), $50 undergraduate awards will be given to lead authors of excellent posters (or presentations) and five (5), $100 PhD or post-doc awards will be given for excellent talks.
Historically, the ECNN meeting has been an excellent place for undergraduates and graduate students to share in the excitement of a first science meeting. If you have questions, please contact Jake Krans (email@example.com) for more information.