Does your research address Ecosystem Restoration, the Blue Economy, Evolution and Adaptation, or another “natural network”? Has working from home disconnected you and your research from the wider PhD community? Come along to this year’s joint DTP conference to hear from like-minded individuals and connect your research! This year, we aim to increase the the connectivity of natural-networks to target global, inter-related, and multidisciplinary challenges! We are excited to welcome you to this years diverse, inclusive, and interdisciplinary conference!
What? The conference aims at connecting people and science to achieve common goals in the future!
Where? Wherever you are! This years conference will be online again to ensure we stay safe while connecting. The conference is hosted by Whova.
When? 8-10th September 2021: the conference is split into three days with two half days of programme and one full day. Check out the programme!
How to join? If you registered, you will receive an invitation from Whova (the conference’s online platform) with more information about the conference shortly – please keep an eye out for this and remember to check your junk folders just in case!
SSCP DTP partners are the Imperial College London, British Geological Survey, UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Royal Botanical Gardens (Kew), RAL Space, Natural History Museum, and Zoological Society of London.
London NERC DTP partners are the University College London, Birkbeck University of London, King’s College London, Queen Mary University of London, Royal Holloway University of London, Brunel University London, Institute of Zoology and the Natural History Museum.