Bioeconomy Impact 2017: Research to Innovation
The “European Conference of Tropical Ecology” - the annual scientific meeting of the Society for Tropical Ecology (Gesellschaft für Tropenökologie, gtö) - will be organized in 2017 in Brussels, Belgium, by three Universities and three research-museum institutions.
This joint European conference organized by the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN) and the European Network of Heads of Nature Conservation Agencies (ENCA) explores the significant challenges climate change poses to biodiversity and health in Europe.
The International Botanical Congress (IBC) is a major convention that brings together scientists from around the world to discuss new research in the plant sciences. The IBC is held once every six years.
The Open Science Conference 2017 is the 4th international conference of the Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0. It is a continuation and development of the former Science 2.0 Conference. It is dedicated to the Open Science movement and provides a unique forum where researchers, librarians, practitioners, politicians, and other important stakeholders can discuss and exchange their ideas and experiences.
The Smithsonian Institute for Biodiversity Genomics (SIBG) and BGI are organizing the first Global Biodiversity Genomics Conference on February 20-23, 2017 in Washington, D.C. at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History and at the JW Marriott Washington DC Hotel.
IUCN and the Slovakian Presidency of the EU Council are inviting IUCN Members, partners and EU decision makers, and Members of the European Parliament to discuss the main outcomes of the IUCN World Conservation Congress 2016 in Hawai'i by looking at ways to support environmental policy and action in Europe.
On the 20 October 2016, CETAF invites researchers, scientific communicators, policy makers and citizens interested in biodiversity to join us at Madrid's famous Royal Botanic Garden where high profile speakers from industry, science and culture will converge to showcase the societal relevance of natural history collections.
The Lower Saxony State Museum Oldenburg and the regional Oldenburg-Friesland group of the German Society of Herpetology and Terrarium Science are organising the 52nd Annual Meeting on Herpetology and Terrarium Science, including the German Herpetologist Day. The meeting will occur from September 28th to October 2nd, 2016 at the State Museum of Nature and Man in Oldenburg, Germany.
This GRID-Warsaw Conference in Warsaw, which is held in the light of its 25th Anniversary, is being organised together with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The main theme revolves around the state, changes and threats (hot issues) for the pan-European continent, as has been mentioned in the latest UNEP report from June 2016, which was published as part of the Global Environment Outlook framework presented to the Environment Ministers conference on June 8, 2016 in Batumi, Georgia.