iBOL News & Events
The Australian Government has awarded $36 million to a new research program led by Monash University, Securing Antarctica’s Environmental Future (SAEF).
BIOSCAN partners awarded 18 million euros to identify the full breadth of biodiversity in the Netherlands
A new megaproject called ARISE will use leading-edge scientific infrastructure to assess all multicellular flora and fauna in the Netherlands in the next decade.
Magda Bou Dagher Kharrat, a leader in DNA barcoding and conservation in Lebanon, has been named as a notable alumnus of the U.S. State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program.
A two-day workshop held at the University of Melbourne on 26-27 February 2020 brought together 42 participants to report on existing projects and to discuss shared needs and opportunities.
LIFEPLAN, a six-year, 12.6 million EUR project led by the University of Helsinki has joined BIOSCAN, a research program overseen by the International Barcode of Life (iBOL) Consortium.
A pilot survey of terrestrial arthropod communities in Nunavut has evaluated the efficiency of several standard collecting methods in the Canadian Arctic.
The in-house natural history collection of the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics has reached five million fully-digitized DNA barcode voucher specimens.
The funding will enable biologists, including Costa Rican researchers, to add data for about 200,000 species – including many new to science – over the next three years.