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Diepenbeek (Belgium) 26-31 July 2009

The XIth International Symposium of Flatworm Biology was organised in Diepenbeek (Belgium) from July 26-30, 2010 in memory of Reinhard. Coming from 18 different countries, 116 researchers attended the conference. The 42 oral contributions and 52 posters covered a broad field of subjects, from morphology, taxonomy and ecology over phylogeny to molecular signalling mechanisms, development and regeneration. Also several contributions were presented on parasitic (neodermatan) flatworm biology, which gave the opportunity to cross the "psychological border" between turbellarian and neodermatan researchers, leading to a fruitful exchange of ideas. The last day of the symposium was devoted to research on Macrostomum as the 3rd International Macrostomum meeting.

Diepenbeek (Belgium) 26-31 July 2009

The XIth International Symposium of Flatworm Biology was organised in Diepenbeek (Belgium) from July 26-30, 2010 in memory of Reinhard. Coming from 18 different countries, 116 researchers attended the conference. The 42 oral contributions and 52 posters covered a broad field of subjects, from morphology, taxonomy and ecology over phylogeny to molecular signalling mechanisms, development and regeneration. Also several contributions were presented on parasitic (neodermatan) flatworm biology, which gave the opportunity to cross the "psychological border" between turbellarian and neodermatan researchers, leading to a fruitful exchange of ideas. The last day of the symposium was devoted to research on Macrostomum as the 3rd International Macrostomum meeting.

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