Society for Mathematical Biology annual meeting
SMB2021 will cover all aspects of mathematical biology. Special emphasis this year will be on the impact of Mathematical Biology on Translational Science and Promotion of Diversity, Inclusion and Equality.
The First Penn State SETI SymposiumRead more
Workshop: Computational Cell Biology
An on-line FREE workshop will enable cell biologists and biophysicists to develop models of their experimental system using selected biological modeling software systems.
Workshop series: Out-of-Equilibrium Systems, Emergence, and Life
Our understanding of out-of-equilibrium systems, emergence, and life, is still highly incomplete. A staged Lorentz Workshop has been set up for this reason.
8th Meeting of the European Society for Evolutionary Developmental BiologyRead more
Goldschmidt 2021 conferenceRead more
NfoLD/NExSS Standards of Evidence for Life Detection Community Workshop
The NFoLD and NExSS research coordination networks are hosting a joint virtual workshop on biosignature standards of evidence and reporting protocols.
Molecular Origins of Life conferenceRead more
International Summer School in Astrobiology
The Josep Comas i Solà International Astrobiology Summer School is held annually in Santander, Spain.
Planetary Science: The Young Solar System
Organised by the International Centre for Interdisciplinary Science and Education in Vietnam.
Europlanet Science Congress 2021
Europlanet Science Congress is the largest planetary science meeting in Europe
Astrobiology Graduate Conference by Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI)Read more
Inaugural Prebiotic Chemistry and Early Earth Environments (PCE3) Community Workshop series
This workshop series is designed to cross-pollinate between different areas of research addressing origins of life, including early earth geoscience and prebiotic chemistry.
Plato mission conference, by ESA
PLATO will explore exoplanets in the habitable zone of solar-like stars. This Conference aims at presenting the status of the PLATO mission to the community
Brines Across the Solar System, Modern Brines conferenceRead more
Rocky Worlds II, conference by Oxford University
The planets that are best understood are the four terrestrial planets of our own solar system. Applying the detailed understanding gleaned from these bodies is crucial in our interpretation of exoplanetary systems.