CETAF Information and Press
All our resources, from collections to researchers collaborate to enhance the status and quality of science.
The taxonomic facilities of CETAF play a key role in the scientific scenario by ensuring the opening of new lines of research, the support to the fundamental research that facilitates further innovative results, and the development of our knowledge and expertise. This jointly means that CETAF, mainly through its Members institutions, offers a constant flow of information, documents and papers, to press and communication services, that showcase the works carried out in the different research centres.
Please find here all the different documentation and media produced by CETAF as a Consortium:
CETAF 2015 Code of Conduct and Best practice for Access and Benefit-Sharing (ABS)
Price, M. J. 2014. The Consortium of European Taxonomic Facilities (CETAF): Exploring and documenting diversity in nature. Taxon 63(5): 1161-1163.
Neumann, et al. 2014. Access and Benefit Sharing - Global Implications for Biodiversity Research, Collections and Collection Management arising from the Nagoya Protocol. Collection Forum. Vol.28 (Sept 2014). SPNHC
San Francisco DORA 2012 Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA). Putting science into the assessment of resea.
GBIF-CETAF 2011 Memorandum of Understanding.
CETAF 2008. Position Paper on Biodiversity and Europe: the Contribution of Taxonomy and the European Taxonomic Facilities
CETAF 2004 Position Paper. Biodiversity and Europe: the contribution of taxonomy and the European taxonomic facilities.
CETAF 2004. Support for European Directory of Species Names.
Side Event to ICNP 3, Pyenchang, Republic of Korea. 24 Februray 2014.
CETAF General Assembly
CETAF 43 General Assembly London, United Kingdom
Group picture of the participants at the 43rd General Assembly of CETAF at the Natural History Museum, London on 25-26 April 2018.
CETAF 42 General Assembly Heraklion, Greece
Group picture of the participants at the 42nd General Assembly of CETAF at the Natural History Museum of Crete - University of Crete on 3-4 October 2017.
CETAF 41 General Assembly Bonn, Germany
>> Participants of the CETAF40 meeting held at the Zoological Research Museum Alexander Koenig of Bonn in April 2017.
CETAF 40 General Assembly Madrid, Spain
>> Participants at the CETAF40 meeting held at the Royal Botanic Garden of Madrid in October 2016.
CETAF 39 General Assembly Budapest, Hungary
>> Participants at the CETAF39 meeting held at the Hungarian Natural History Museum in October 2015.
CETAF 38 General Assembly Geneva, Switzerland
>> Participants at the CETAF38 meeting held at the Conservatory and Botanic Gardens of the City of Geneva in October 2015.
CETAF 37 General Assembly Meise, Belgium
>> Participants at the CETAF37 meeting held at the Botanic Garden in Meise in April 2015.
CETAF 35 General Assembly Oslo, Norway
MoU CETAF and EUBON
Memorandum of understanding signed between EU BON and CETAF during the 35th General Meeting of CETAF.
>> EU BON project coordinator Dr. Christoph Häuser and the Chair of CETAF, Dr. Michelle J. Price
>> Participants at the CETAF 35 meeting held in Oslo, Norway.
Venue at the Munch Museum in May 2014 on behalf of the host Institution: UiO:Natural History Museum Oslo.
CETAF 34 General Assembly Edinburgh, Scotland
>> Participants at the CETAF34 meeting held at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh in September 2013.
CETAF 33 General Assembly Berlin, Germany
>> Participants at the CETAF33 meeting held at the Natural History Museum of Berlin, April 2013.
The logo is inspired by a phylogenetic tree, a commonly used tool to represent taxonomic linkage and the interrelationships between different types of organisms.
In the same logic, the different branches in the CETAF logo represent the complexity of the work carried by CETAF and its Member Institutions.
The CETAF logo merges a figurative mark and the CETAF acronym. The five sub-layers of our logo’s taxonomic tree represent the 5 letters of CETAF. The font used was specially conceived for this logo, which allows for consistency in the geometry of the logo. The inner circle that marks the starting point of the taxonomic symbol also shapes the C of the acronym CETAF.