Date: 1-4 Nov 2013
Location: Nagoya, JP,
The International Biogeoscience Conference 2013 - "Revealing the biotic diversity on the early Earth and the evolution of cyanobacteria and eukaryotes" will take place at Nagoya University, Japan, co-hosted by Nagoya City Science Museum, the Japan Astrobiology Network Association, and the Australian Centre for Astrobiology.
This conference aims to bring together geologists, paleontologists, geochemists, biologists, and molecular and evolutionary biologists to discuss significant contemporary issues relating to our understanding of the early evolution of life and its interaction with Earth's surface environments. Early Bird registration will open by February 2013. Abstract submission will start by April 2013.
For all the conference information visit: http://aca.unsw.edu.au/content/international-biogeoscience-conference-2013-nagoya-japan