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What can’t be measured won’t be managed: Scientists and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency work together to conserve the Great Lakes
The Great Lakes DNA Barcoding project brings together several international partners to understand the aquatic invertebrate biodiversity in the Laurentian Great Lakes
Researchers in the UK are spearheading a number of high-profile initiatives designed to populate and fill gaps in the national DNA barcode library
Marking its 20th anniversary, the international Iberian Symposium on Marine Biology Studies took in September 2019 in Braga, Portugal
More than 120 people from 27 countries came together at the end of August to share the latest developments in amphipod research relating to everything from taxonomy to ecology, from physiology to behaviour, from phylogeography to cryptic speciation.
The Norwegian Research School on Biosystematics (ForBio) and the Swedish Taxonomy Initiative (STI) organized a DNA barcoding course welcoming 16 university students from 10 nations to the scenic outer coastline of Central Norway.
From economically important insect species to plants to food security, Pakistani researchers are working to barcode all life in their country through a national initiative – PakBOL.
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BIOSCAN LAUNCHES AT IBOL CONFERENCE 2019
The 8th International Barcode of Life Conference held in Trondheim, Norway was the venue for the launch of BIOSCAN, iBOL’s new seven-year scientific program.
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