5th Young Natural History Scientists Meeting (YNHM) in Paris

The 5th Young Natural History Scientists Meeting (YNHM) took place in Paris. The team of Avineck participated at this annual conference with a work on the cervical vertebrae of birds.

Every year the Young Natural History Scientists Meeting is organized in Paris to provide young researchers from all over the world to present their research. This includes undergraduate students as well as early career researchers. There were six different sessions at the YNHMeeting 2018:

- Biodiversity dynamics and conservation

- Humanities and Natural Sciences

- Systematics, Evolution and Comparative Anatomy

- Earth and Planetary Sciences

- Evolutionary Ecology

- Methods in Natural Sciences

Avineck student Olivia Plateau and colleagues presented her work on the neck of birds with a poster in the Systematics, Evolution and Comparative Anatomy session. Many scientists are had a great interest to learn more about the fascinating avian neck.

Have a look at the photo gallery of the YNHM 2018.
And here the program of the conference.

They posted on the same topic

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