5 Ways to Ring in the New Year with the APB
BioNotes Newsletter January 1 2021
We are looking forward to a positive and productive year, and extend our best wishes to you for 2021! Ring in the New Year with us by taking advantage of these 5 opportunties.
Registration is Open! APB Annual Professional Biology Conference
April 27-May 1 2020, VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
The APB is pleased to host its 2020 Annual Professional Conference and
AGM as a virtual conference. Join us
for a unique opportunity to learn
from leaders in various applied biology fields, and build connections
across industry, government and conservation organizations.
Inaugural APB Seminar on Aerial Ungulate Surveys and Wildlife Tracking.
November 25-27, 2019, Prince George, BC.
The APB works at providing practicable training options
for biology professionals to advance their career. This
seminar course is an opportunity for biologists to become familiar with
wildlife survey methods, discuss large-scale ungulate declines, and see
how modern techniques in population surveys can translate into
APB Sponsored Event - Designing Avoidance and Mitigation for Migratory Birds and Species at Risk Critical Habitat.
November 5, Nanaimo, BC
The 2019 APB Award for the Annual Provincial Science Fair
Program went to Neelah Hassanzadeh & Sarah Choi of Fraser Valley
Regional Science Fair for their project BSFL Frass: Improving Plant
Health While Minimizing Environmental Impact.
70 students from 13 regions were selected to participate as
Team BC and Yukon at the 2019 Canada-Wide Science Fair held in
Fredericton, New Brunswick. The Team acted as exceptional ambassadors
for their regions. Team BC and Yukon were awarded $194,500 in awards and
scholarships, receiving 6 gold medals, 14 silver medals, and 21 bronze