Amanda Trask, a research ecologist at the British Trust for Ornithology, is our guest blogger today. Here she reflects on a great experience attending the Scottish Ecology, Environment and Conservation Conference (SEECC) at the University of Aberdeen in 2017.
A key part of being a successful scientist is being able to effectively communicate and discuss your research findings with fellow scientists and policy advisers.
For researchers working in the ecological, environmental or conservation sciences, the latter group is a ‘must reach’ one to infleunce. Scientific conferences provide an ideal venue for such communication. For researchers at the start of their scientific career, conferences like the SEECC, held at the University of Aberdeen in April 2017, are ideal.
Networking over coffee at the SEECC 2017. Photo by Svenja Kroeger.
What makes the SEECC different from other conferences?
The SEECC is that rare type of conference that manages to be small and…
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