The mission of WIAS is improving our understanding of animals and their various roles for mankind through fundamental and strategic research and training of early stage researchers (PhD and post-doc).

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News from the WIAS office

WIAS End of the year event

To celebrate another fantastic and productive year, we would like to invite you to the WIAS End of the Year event! This year we will treat you to the best WIAS has to offer and let you share your thoughts on the future. Furthermore, Menno Schilthuizen will talk about his latest book: Darwin in the city. You don’t want to miss this!!!

When: 10th of December

Time: 14:15-18:30 (including drinks)

Where: Impulse Speakers corner

Please use the following link to register: https://wias.crs.wur.nl/courses/347/apply/3400/

Call for WIAS fellowships 2020

WIAS invites PhD candidates who wish to travel abroad, postdocs who want to write a grant proposal and staff members who wish to invite guest researchers to submit a proposal for a WIAS fellowship. More information and application information can be found on the WIAS website.

WIAS Annual Conference 13-14 February 2020

Because WIAS celebrates its 25th anniversary next year, we will have a two day WIAS Annual Conference. The event will take place on 13-14 February 2020 in De Werelt, Lunteren. Registration is now open.

WIAS Lunch Lectures

The next lunch lecture will be given on Tuesday, January 6th. The WIAS lunch lectures take place every first Tuesday of the month.