May not represent our actual mode of transportation.
We regularly visit our users and other scientists in their institutes or at conferences. Since we have a lot of visits coming up, in five countries, it’s time again for an “F1000 tour” post, so you can find out exactly where we’ll be the coming weeks. This post will be updated throughout May as more details become available for some of the later destinations.
If you would like us to visit your institute to give a talk, please get in touch, especially if you’re within easy travel distance of London or New York City.
May 5/6 – The Future of Scholarly Scientific Communication (London) – Michael Markie attending
May 6/7 – Médecins Sans Frontières Scientific Day (London) – Michael Markie attending, F1000 sponsoring poster prize and hosting posters
May 8 – Manchester Life Sciences PhD Conference (Manchester) – Eva Amsen attending, F1000 at exhibit and sponsoring flash talk
May 18 – University of Southampton – Talk by Maaike Pols (Drop-in Lunch at noon, Biological Sciences, Building 85)
May 19 –Stem Cells @ Lunch talk at King’s College London – Talk by Eva Amsen
May 19 – MRC-LMCB (London) – Talk by Kathleen Wets and Michael Markie
May 19 – FuturePub (London) – Demo by Eva Amsen
May 21 – NYU Postdoc Symposium (New York City) – Roundtable discussion with Kinga Hosszu and Cesar Berrios-Otero
May 26/27 – Retreat of Department of Neurosciences at the Pasteur Institute (Paris) – Talk by Maaike Pols
May 27 (subject to change) – Rutgers University (Newark) – Talk by Kinga Hosszu and Cesar Berrios-Otero
June 9 – ENP Graduate School of Neuroscience career event (Paris) – Workshop by Maaike Pols
June 9 –Symposium: Will our journals go extinct? Future perspectives in scholarly publishing, University of Regensburg – Talk by Eva Amsen
June 11 – MMCS Symposium Signalling Hubs (Vienna) – Panel discussion with Eva Amsen
June 12 – BOKU (Vienna) – Peer review workshop by Eva Amsen
June 12 – University of Vienna – Talk by Eva Amsen (16:45, Lecture hall 8, Center of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
June 14 – SLA Annual Conference, Bioscience Vendor Lunch (Boston) – Talk by Kinga Hosszu
June 18 – University of Bonn – Talk by Michaela Torkar, at Life Science Informatics, B-IT group
June 18/19 – Annual PhD Symposium of CRBM-CNRS (Montpellier) – Talk by Eva Amsen
June 19 – UCL Neuroscience Symposium (London) – Talk by Kathleen Wets
Train image by Ben Brooksbank via Wikimedia Commons.