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Call for Participation: Hackathon on iDigBio APIs/Services and Interoperability

Thu, 2015-02-05 10:26 -- ammatsun

Goal: Design, develop, implement, test and/or document uses of iDigBio data via its APIs

Location: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Dates and times: June 3-5, 2015; 8 am - 5 pm each day

To apply: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6Wr1womZuY7O5o1 deadline February 28, 2015. Invited applicants will be notified by March 9th.

 

A New Report of Recommendations for DNA Banking

Tue, 2014-09-30 07:51 -- maphillips

 

The use of sequencing and other molecular data now plays a critical role in the majority of research across the fields of systematics, ecology, and evolutionary biology. In addition, DNA barcoding offers an efficient way to identify specimens for large efforts like biodiversity inventory projects or biological resource management.

University of Texas Proves an Excellent Venue for Paleo Imaging Workshop

Fri, 2014-05-02 13:11 -- gnelson

There may be no place better than the University of Texas to conduct a broad-based paleo imaging workshop. This certainly seemed the consensus the week of 29 April at the co-sponsored iDigBio and Jackson School of Geosciences imaging event.

Students Shadow Scientists at the Florida Museum of Natural History

Sun, 2014-04-20 19:10 -- gnelson

Fifteen undergraduate students from seven Florida colleges and universities converged on the Florida Museum of Natural History April 17-19 for an all-expense-paid opportunity to shadow museum professionals and explore careers in the biological sciences.

Women in Science and Engineering Science Spring Camp

Fri, 2014-04-11 11:50 -- suking

Studies show that as girls transfer from middle to high school, they can perceive science as ‘uncool’ and subsequently loose interest in scientific careers. iDigBio postdoctoral associate Dr. Charlotte Germain-Aubrey, external vice-president of the Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) at the University of Florida, created the WiSE Girlz Spring Science Camp to contradict this notion.

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