Plenary talks

There will be 7 plenary talks by speakers that represent the diversity of fields of expertise present at the meeting. To find out more about the talk or the speakers, please follow the link in the talk title.

Justin Dillon

Towards a research agenda for natural history museums

Justin Dillon

Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol

 

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Acceptance and understanding of evolution in different European countries – what we already know.

 

Anna Beniermann Dittmar Graf

 

Biology Education, University of Giessen

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Evolutionary imagery: illustrating (and distorting) the history of life

T. Ryan Gregory

Department of Integrative Biology, University of Guelph

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Evolution of the meeting

Kristin Jenkins

BioQuest

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So what? Why are you telling me this?

Joost van Kasteren

European Federation for Science Journalism

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Why everyone should know about evolution

Jonathan Silvertown

Institute of Evolutionary Biology, University of Edinburgh

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Bring it on – Looking out for our great youth (aka Fostering collaborations from biology to every area in education)

Agueda Gras-Velazquez

European Schoolnet

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