The objectives of The Society have been pursued with a long tradition of scientific meetings. The scope of these meetings has evolved to accommodate changing emphasis in research. Although the majority of meetings are held in London, The Society also organises meetings at other centres in the UK and, occasionally, outside the UK. Anyone interested, whether a member or not, is always welcome to attend. Offers of presentations are always welcome: contact the organiser of the meeting.
The Society’s future meetings and other meetings with malacological content
This year’s AGM will be held on 13th April in the Flett Lecture Theatre, Natural History Museum, London. We are fortunate to have two wonderful speakers this year, Prof. Gonzalo Giribet (Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard) and Dr Michael Schrödl (SNSB, Munich).
All are welcome – please see the linked flier for more details and abstracts.
Molluscan Forum 2016
This year’s Forum will be held in November 2016 (date to be announced) in the Flett Lecture Theatre, Natural History Museum, London. All are welcome – more details will be posted later in the year.
Molluscan Forum 2012, Natural History Museum, London
Molluscan Life Histories, Portsmouth, April 2012
Molluscan Forum, 30th November 2011
Congress of European Malacological Societies, July 2011
X International Symposium on Littorinid Biology and Evolution, July 2011
International Temperate Reef Symposium, June 2011
Chemosymbiotic molluscs and their environments, 7 April 2011 (including The Society’s AGM)
Molluscs in Ancient Lakes 2009
Molluscan Forum 2006
Molluscan Forum 2005
Molluscan Forum 2002
Molluscan Forum 2001
Freshwater Bivalves, March 2001 | Abstracts available.
Molluscan Forum 2000 | Abstracts available.
Biology & Evolution of the Bivalvia, September 1999. The abstracts of this meeting and details of the meeting volume are available.