Joshua Benjamin explains to participants what they are seeing when looking in the microscope at the Subalusky's Lab table during the Resource Fair.
Hey SACNistas! Come join us for a live, one-hour event at 9:00am PST/12:00pm EST in association with the SACNAS Summer Virtual BioBlitz on July 28th!
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
In mid-September, iDigBio coordinated a three-day webinar series focused on how the natural history collections community is currently handling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join iDigBio at the Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) Conference 2020!
Due to the pandemic, TDWG 2020 will be entirely virtual, and registration to attend is free. Working group sessions were held September 21-25, and the virtual conference is scheduled for October 19-23. See the October session schedule and register at https://www.tdwg.org/conferences/2020. A sampling of sessions are highlighted here: