Vienna Braces for Invertebrate Morphology Congress

The University of Vienna will be hosting the 5th International Congress on Invertebrate Morphology (ICIM5) In the first week of August 2020. More than 500 international leading experts concerned with the study of invertebrates such as mollusks, insects, and crustaceans will get together to present and discuss their latest findings from a range of disciplines relating to the morphology of invertebrates. Special topics of the congress include aspects of evolutionary and developmental biology, phylogenetics, genomics, and functional morphology. 

Being one of the international centers of animal evolution with a tradition that spans more than 150 years of research into invertebrate morphology, Vienna will be represented by the Department of Integrative Zoology (Faculty of Life Sciences).

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