Registration desk open from 8:30 to 9:30 am.
|9 am - 4:30 pm / National Research Council of Canada, Saskatoon||CRISPR Cas9 Workshop|
|9 - 11:50 am / Biology Theatre (Biology 106)||Invited lectures|
|11:50 am - 1:20 pm / Natural Science Museum||Lunch and poster viewing/poster competition|
|1:25 - 2:40 pm / Biology Theatre (Biology 106)||Student oral presentations|
|2:50 - 5:25 pm / Biology Theatre (Biology 106)||Invited lectures|
|7 -9:30 pm / Marquis Hall||Welcome reception|
|9 am - 12:05 pm / Biology Theatre (Biology 106)||Invited lectures|
|12:05 pm - 1:35 pm / Agriculture Building Atrium||Lunch and poster viewing/poster competition|
|1:40 -2:40 pm / Biology Theatre (Biology 106)||PDF/RA oral presentations|
|2:50 - 5 pm / Biology Theatre (Biology 106)||Invited lectures|
After the symposium, we are offering an optional excursion to the Prince Albert National Park.
The park was established in 1927 in the southern boreal forest of Central Saskatchewan. From the park to the north edge of the province, northern forest covers almost 350 thousand square kilometers of Canadian Shield. The park landscape is dominated with the heavenly forest, rolling hills and clear water lakes.
You can enjoy the beauty of nature and solitude from city's turmoil. We will go deep into forest, watch wild animals, be relaxed on clear lakes and enjoy bog walks.
$105 (including GST): Includes transportation between Saskatoon and the Park, all meals and beverages.
Deadline to register for the tour is July 25. No late entry is accepted. Only limited number of seats are available.