Written by: Makenize Mabry
Written by: Makenize Mabry
Join iDigBio staff at BOTANY 2022, the annual meeting of Botanical Society of America and its partners, to be held in Anchorage, Alaska. You can see more details about this event on the conference website here.
Join iDigBio staff at the 2022 annual meeting of the Entomological Collections Network (ECN), which will be held adjacent with the annual meeting of the Entomological Society of America (EntSoc). You can see more details about the EntSoc annual meeting on the conference website here.
iDigBio is excited to be in person at the 2022 annual meeting of the Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC). This meeting will be held in conjunction with International Partner – BHL (Biodiversity Heritage Library) and National Partner – NatSCA (Natural Sciences Collections Association), and will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
Joshua Benjamin explains to participants what they are seeing when looking in the microscope at the Subalusky's Lab table during the Resource Fair.
Bauhin 2022 – Conference
15 & 16 September 2022, University of Basel, old town of Basel, Switzerland
400 Years of Botanical Collections – Implications for Present-Day Research
International Symposium in honour of Caspar Bauhin (1560-1624)
iDigBio researchers and staff joined nearly 2000 other attendees from over 60 countries at the virtual Botany Conference, July 18-23, 2021. Talks throughout the conference showcased the essential role of herbaria–and digitized data associated with herbarium specimens–in the botanical sciences.
iDigBio will be at the annual TDWG conference again this year and we hope to see you there! TDWG 2021 will be hosted virtually by the University of Florida Biodiversity Institute, which iDigBio PI Dr. Pam Soltis is affiliated with.
See more about the conference, including information about registration, program, etc. on the TDWG website here. Events that iDigBio is co-organizing include:
TDWG 2021, the annual conference of Biodiversity Information Standards, will be held virtually October 18-22, 2021, hosted by the University of Florida. The theme of this year’s conference, Connecting the world of biodiversity data: standards uniting people, processes, and tools, will build on lessons learned during the preceding 18 months of virtual interaction and collaboration during the COVID-19 pandemic. TDWG 2021 will be held on the virtual platform Whova, and the schedule will include keynote lectures, symposia, workshops, demos, contribut
Join iDigBio and colleagues from GBIF, Université de Montréal, New York Botanical Garden, and NHM London in a colloquium at the Botany 2021 conference highlighting the impact of and potential for community data curation on herbaria.
The annual meeting of the Entomological Collections Network will take place virtually November 9-11, 2020. Current symposia include:
Contributed by Jennifer Bauer, Samantha Ocon, Jeanette Pirlo, and Molly Phillips
iDigBio joins in as a partner and contributor to Biodiversity Next.
Second Update: Inaugural Digital Data in Biodiversity Research Conference, 5-6 June 2017, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Conference sponsors include iDigBio, the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, the University of Michigan Herbarium, and the University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology.
iDigBio is co-hosting a Geometric Morphometrics workshop at ASM 2016.
Date: Friday, June 24th
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Cost per person (includes lunch and refreshments): $20 Students, $30 Non-Students
Minimum number of attendees: none
Maximum number of attendees: 60
Written by Libby Ellwood, iDigBio Postdoctorial Associate, Florida State University.
Deb Paul and I attended the Ecological Society of America conference in Sacramento, CA to represent iDigBio with an exhibitor booth. We set up our table with computers, brochures, posters, videos, newsletter sign-up sheets and, of course, enticing candy.