The Temporal Genomics Working Group, a collaboration between five universities including members of the Pinsky Lab, is presenting a Twitter Smyposium as part of the Research Coordinated Network for Evolution in Changing Seas.
Members of the RCN for Evolution in Changing Seas and the ecology & evolution community at large are invited to participate in a Twitter conference during the first full week in July 2021. This Twitter conference is aimed specifically at researchers interested in, or currently utilizing, temporal genomics methods and practices.
This Twitter conference will provide:
- An opportunity for scientists (particularly those early in their career) to share their work with a broader community in an informal setting.
- An opportunity for presenters and attendees to network and interact with the public and other researchers.
- Increased visibility for the field of temporal genomics.
- Participants in the Temporal Genomics Twitter Conference are invited to condense their current research into a ~5-7 tweet thread (1,400-1,960 characters).
- Each presenter will be given thirty minutes (15 minutes for presentation tweets and a 15 minute “live” Q&A session).
Unsure what a Twitter conference is? Check out this guide from the #ASEH2018 Twitter conference for more information on the general structure and types of presentations, or tweets, involved.
If you have questions about the Temporal Genomics Twitter Conference, please contact René Clark: rene.clark[at]rutgers.edu (@rene_delight on Twitter), or John Whalen: jwhal002[at]odu.edu (@WhaleTalez on Twitter).
For more info. visit: https://tempgenomics-rcn.github.io/website/conference.html
Use the hashtag #TempGen2021Tweets