BioSyst.EU's third meeting
August 15–18, 2017, Gothenburg, Sweden.
BioSyst EU, the Federation of European Biological Systematic Societies, is an organisation that share aims with CETAF.
A collaboration and a partnership with European scientists dealing with topics of systematic biology where individual scientists are to be represented via their national or regional societies.
Have a look at Biosyst EU goals at www.biosyst.eu/
AnaEE (Analysis for Experimentation on Ecosystems) is a key European research infrastructure project aiming to provide Europe's researchers with the experimental facilities they need to help better understand and therefore respond to the challenges of climate change, food security, environmental sustainability and loss of biodiversity.
DataCite organizes its 5th Annual Conference & Special Anniversary Celebration.
To conserve the world’s oceans we must go beyond science, and use it to inform policy and management, and ultimately to catalyze change. The Society for Conservation Biology's International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC) brings together conservation professionals and students to develop new and powerful tools to further marine conservation science and policy.
On behalf of Arne Bjørlykke, the Director of the Natural History Museum. University of Oslo (Norway), we would like to inform you on the following event that will take place in Vienna, on the 13th October, 2014, the day before our next General Meeting (CETAF36).
We hereby invite you to collaborate and make your contributions that will help us to enhance and produce the final Program of this Workshop before 1st September 2014.
Ecological Restoration Alliance of Botanic Gardens (ERA)
The Contribution of Botanical Gardens to Ecological Restoration and Restoring Natural Capital
The British Ecological Society and the French Ecology Society celebrate a joint conference which will bring together for the first time ecologists of the two countries. The aim of the conference will promote exchanges and debates on major advances in scientific ecology, and strengthen cooperation between the French and British researchers of tomorrow..
The theme of the meeting is Applications and Data Standards for Sustaining Biodiversity. Subprograms will include: Applications, Semantic Technologies, Capacity Building, Phyloinformatics, Outreach and Collaboration, ePublications, Trait Data.
This one-day event aims to share perspectives and efforts devoted to build a virtual laboratory for biodiversity research. BioVEL will also present their plans for the future, based on the experience gained and the results obtained from this project conceived as a pilot implementation of some of the core ideas from the LifeWatch Preparatory Phase. In the past three years BioVEL has worked with the biodiversity research community to construct, test, and revise some essential elements of a robust e-infrastructure for biodiversity and ecosystem research.