The National Center for Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (iDigBio), centered at the Florida Museum of Natural History and funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation, is developing an integrated national infrastructure for digitization of biodiversity collections housed in U.S. institutions. The resource provides access to information critical to scientific research and education, including that designed to understand biodiversity and societal consequences of global change and other environmental issues.
We are always looking for talented people to bring their passion, energetic vision, and love for natural history to the iDigBio team. We are currently accepting applications for the job openings listed below. We also encourage you to get involved with iDigBio by joining a Working Group or participating in a Workshop or Event.