iBOL Consortium news, events & more
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.
Norway is supporting projects to assess and monitor biodiversity in time and space, authenticate various products, and develop new methodologies with DNA barcode data.
In less than a decade, DNA barcodes of more than 24,000 German species have been assembled resulting in several major data releases and publications.
ABOL is acquiring funds, activating diverse applications of DNA barcoding, developing skills within the network, and increasing public awareness for biodiversity.
Dynamic DNA barcoding activities across marine and terrestrial ecosystems in Portugal, including important contributions to iBOL’s bioinformatics capacity.
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The iBOL consortium involves scientists and research organizations in 30+ nations. It is developing and employing the DNA-based identification systems required to deliver a detailed understanding of global biodiversity by working in partnership with academic, government, and private sector organizations.
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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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