In collaboration with Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), Thailand and the Thailand Pest Management Association (TPMA) as co-organizations, Prof. Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap from Kasetsart University (KU), is planning to host the Asia Pacific Conference on Mosquito and Vector Control (AMV) held in Chiang Mai between 27 and [...]
Join us for an update on the Global Registry of Scientific Collections. In this community call we will focus on the first item of the GRSciColl road map: the review of the data schema.
* Welcome and introduction * Data Schema and Road Map Update * Q&A and [...]
In the December session, we will explain the new features of Integrated Publishing Toolkit Version 3.0 (IPT3).
For some background information, you can read our release information here
Join GBIF Secretariat communications manager Kyle Copas
Monday, 12 December 2023: 17:05-17:15 How Biodiversity Data Supports Research on Climate-driven Changes in Patterns of Human Diseases
Join ecologists from around the world in December 2023 for Europe’s largest and most welcoming conference dedicated to ecology.
Each year our Annual Meeting attracts over 1200 delegates and provides opportunities to meet new colleagues, develop your career, learn new skills, and share your science with the global ecological community.
SBDI Days: Towards data-driven ecology is hosted by the Swedish Biodiversity Data Infrastructure and will take place on January 24th-25th 2024 at the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm.
The event will offer keynotes and presentations, posters, demonstrations, and time to mingle and exchange ideas about data driven [...]
Be part of one of the leading citizen science events in Europe, to discuss and network with citizen science practitioners, researchers, activists, scientists, policymakers, artists, and more.
The conference will be a key moment for governments, leaders, maritime sectors, philanthropy, universities, private sector, NGOs and more, to take stock of the achievements of the first three years of the Ocean Decade and define a collective vision for the coming years. Participants will benefit from concrete examples and [...]
The IBC 2024 XX International Botanical Congress in Madrid will address the following main topics:
* Systematics, phylogenetics, biogeography and evolution * Ecology, environment and global change, including invasive species and plant-animal interactions * Biodiversity and conservation * Structure, physiology and development, including Evo-Devo * Genetics, genomics and [...]
The Congress merges the traditions of the participating societies: the European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB); the American Society of Naturalists (ASN); the Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB); and the Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE). The sextennial Congress takes the place of the ESEB and Evolution Meetings [...]
The theme of ICOM12 is “Bridging gaps in form, function and diversity”.
Alongside showcasing some of the most exciting and cutting-edge mycorrhizal research, the conference will address this theme through conversation, culture, gastronomy, and fun.
The plenary themes are supported by parallel sessions that will cover topics such as: Mycorrhizas [...]
More information to come
The main aims of the International Mycological Congress are to:
* Engage the youth
* Facilitate face-to-face meetings
* Organize hands-on workshops in mycology
Organized every two years, the ISME symposia are the largest not-for-profit international meetings addressing the wide range of topics in Microbial Ecology. With an average delegate number of 2200 people representing over 50 countries worldwide we are truly international.
The next meeting, ISME19, will be held in Cape Town, South [...]