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15th International Conference on Chemical Signals in Vertebrates (CSiV 2020)

CSiV 2020

The 15th International Conference on Chemical Signals in Vertebrates is rescheduled to August 24-27th 2021 in Dijon, France.

Given the highly instable situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic,
the Organizing Committee has opted for postponing our CSiV Meeting (originally planned on 23-26 August 2020) to the 24-27 August 2021 at the same venue.

We believe that this rearrangement will allow the meeting to be held in more peaceful conditions.
Organizers and organizing committees apologize for any inconvenience caused by that uneasy decision, and are thankful for your kind understanding.

We are grateful to the Plenary speakers who had said "present", and to the Participants who have already submitted interesting proposals for symposia and abstracts (they will get answers in due time).
 
We continue to look forward to welcoming you to Dijon next year.
We hope you and your relatives will stay safe and send you our warmest wishes for the current year and beyond,

Benoist Schaal & Matthieu Keller
Organizers of 15th CSiV

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First held in 1976, this conference is run every 3 years.
It is an internationally renowned meeting that gathers experienced leaders and young researchers working on how fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals communicate through chemical messages – odors, ‘vomodors’, and tastes.
In addition to the plenary talks, the meeting is designed to accommodate submitted presentations in symposia and in poster sessions.
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