Registration for UKIRSC21 has now closed, and we have had a record number of students apply to attend and present their work. If you are one of them, we will be in touch shortly!
The UK & Ireland Regional Student Chapter for the Society of Marine Mammalogy is pleased to announce: Registration for our 15th annual conference is now OPEN We welcome applications to present your work: Talk – 8 min (max) pre-recorded talk followed by live Q&As. Poster – available throughout the conference with the opportunity … Read more
Workshops on offer at UKIRSC 2021 We’re very pleased to announce that we have three exciting workshops organised for the UKIRSC 2021 conference in June. The exact timings of the workshops are yet to be confirmed, but we hope to be able to spread them out over the two day conference so that attendees … Read more
Introducing our first invited speaker! We are very pleased to announce that our UKIRSC 2021 introductory talk will be given by Dr Carol Sparling, Director of the Sea Mammal Research Unit and professional sponsor of the UKIRSC.
2020 registration is now open! We are pleased to announce that the registration and abstract submission for the 14th annual UK & Ireland Regional Student Chapter of the Society for Marine Mammalogy conference is now open! Deadline for both registration and abstract submission is Friday 20th December 2019. Check out our 2020 conference page for … Read more
The UK and Ireland Regional Student Chapter (UKIRSC) of the Society for Marine Mammalogy is pleased to announce its 14th annual student conference. The meeting will take place on the 10th – 11th of January 2020 at the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology in Galway, Republic of Ireland. Deadline for registration and abstract submission is 20th December … Read more
The UKIRSC has a new committee for 2020! We are Cynthia Barile (Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology), Izzy Langley (Sea Mammal Research Unit), Laura Oller (Abertay University), María Pérez Tadeo (Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology), Becky Phillips (Swansea University) and Natalie Sinclair (University of St Andrews). Check out the committee page to find out more about us… After a fantastic and well attended conference in Swansea 2019, we … Read more
The UK and Ireland Regional Student Chapter (UKIRSC) of the Society for Marine Mammalogy is pleased to announce its 13th annual student conference. The meeting will take place on the 24th – 26th of January 2019 at Swansea University, Wales. Deadline for registration and abstract submission is 5th January 2019. For full details and to … Read more
Welcome to the UK & Ireland Regional Student Chapter of the Society for Marine Mammalogy (SMM). Established in 2006, the chapter’s aim is to bring together students who are interested in and study marine mammals from across the United Kingdom & Ireland. Find out more about us here.