iBOL meets to discuss BIOSCAN

The second iBOL Project

On October 12th, iBOL members from 27 countries met at the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics in Guelph, Canada to reflect on past achievements and discuss the launch of its next project – BIOSCAN.

The three-day meeting signaled the growing strength and commitment of its members. Together, members old and new developed a strategy to move forward and barcode a planet.

“We are going to barcode a planet.”

Paul Hebert

Saturday, October 13

The 7th meeting of the iBOL Scientific Steering Committee began with an introduction and general overview of the BIOSCAN project by Paul Hebert, and was followed by National Updates/Aspirations and an update on the 2019 iBOL Conference.

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Paul Hebert
How to Barcode a Planet (46.7MB PDF)

iBOL Node Reports
Compiled (65.3MB PDF) 

 

Paul Hebert

How to Barcode a Planet

Argentina

Pablo Tubaro

Australia

Mark Stevens

Austria

Nikolaus Szucsich

Belarus

Tatsiana Lipinskaya

China

Chenxi Liu

Colombia

Mailyn Gonzalez

Costa Rica

Jose Hernandez

Egypt

Samy Zalat

Finland

Marko Mutanen

France

Rodolphe Rougerie

Germany

Axel Hausmann

India

Gulab Khedkar

Lebanon

Magda Bou Dagher Kharrat

Mexico

Manuel Elias Gutierrez

New Zealand

Jonathan Banks

Norway

Inger Alsos

Pakistan

Nazeer Ahmed + Muhammad Ashfaq

Peru

Rina Ramirez

Philippines

Ian Fontanilla

Poland

Michal Grabowski

Portugal

Filipe Costa

Slovakia

Ivona Kautmanova

South Africa

Michelle van der Bank

Thailand

Buntika Butcher

United Kingdom

Peter Hollingsworth

United States

Scott Miller

Sunday, October 14

The 2nd day of the iBOL SSC meeting was composed of several presentations which touched on more specific elements of the BIOSCAN project, and was followed by a lively group discussion.

Naveed Aziz Canseq150: Canada’s Genomic Enterprise (28.1MB PDF)

Jonathan Coddington Overview of Genetic Resources for All of Life (1.8MB PDF)

Junko Shimura + Adriana Radulovici CBD and DNA Barcoding (2.4MB PDF)

Michelle D’Souza Communicating Effectively as we Transition (3.1MB PDF)

Alex Borisenko Open Exchange of Sequence Data (6.1MB PDF)

Scott Miller Barcode Libraries for LTER Sites (5.8MB PDF)

Marko Mutanen Finnish Sawfly Project (15.3MB PDF)

Jeremy deWaard Natural History Collections (28.7MB PDF)

Evgeny Zakharov SMRT Sequencing Fresh Specimens (23MB PDF)

Sujeevan Ratnasingham
mBRAVE and BOLD (52.9MB PDF)

Sarah Adamowicz
New Bioinformatics for HTS (2.6MB PDF)

Daniel Janzen + Winnie Hallwachs BioAlfa: How to DNA Barcode a Country (50.1MB PDF)

Mehrdad Hajibabaei Metabarcoding (36MB PDF)

Michelle van der Bank South Africa’s National Parks (19.5MB PDF)

Dirk Steinke Canada’s Ecoregions (18.6MB PDF)

Ian Hogg Canada’s Arctic (4.3MB PDF)

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Naveed Aziz

Canseq150 – Canada’s Genomic Enterprise

Jonathan Coddington

Genetic Resources for All of Life

Junko Shimura + Adriana Radulovici

CBD and DNA Barcoding

Michelle D'Souza

Communicating Effectively as we Transition

Alex Borisenko

Open Exchange of Sequence Data

Scott Miller

Barcode Libraries for LTER Sites

Marko Mutanen

Finnish Sawfly Project

Jeremy deWaard

Natural History Collections

Evgeny Zakharov

SMRT Sequencing Fresh Specimens

S. Ratnasingham

 mBRAVE and BOLD

Sarah Adamowicz

New Bioinformatics for HTS

Daniel Janzen

BioAlfa: How to DNA Barcode a Country

Mehrdad Hajibabaei

Metabarcoding

M. van der Bank

 South Africa’s National Parks

Dirk Steinke

Canada’s Ecoregions

Ian Hogg

Canada’s Arctic

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