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Call for Comments: Creating an International Society for the Barcode of Life (ISBOL)

Dear Barcoding Colleagues,

This message invites all members of the DNA barcoding community to participate in an online discussion about the possible of an international coordinating organization for DNA Barcoding.  This possibility was the subject of a pre-Conference workshop (Monday, 17 August) at the Sixth International Barcode Conference that is taking place in Guelph.  The workshop continued the discussion of the…


Added by David E. Schindel on August 19, 2015 at 11:30am — 1 Comment

CBOL received $3 million grant from Google Foundation to barcode endangered species

Border inspectors and wildlife officials around the world are constantly on the lookout for endangered species that are being killed and trafficked in violation of national laws and international treaties.  Sometimes the objects are easily identified as coming from a particular endangered species but many cannot be identified, even by expert taxonomists.  ‘Bushmeat’ is often trafficked as dried smoked meat that has been removed from bones that might have diagnostic features.  Endangered…


Added by David E. Schindel on December 4, 2012 at 9:03am — 2 Comments

Adelaide Conference Deadlines Extended for Abstracts, Travel Bursaries to 15 June 2011


Interest in the Fourth International Barcode of Life Conference is running very high so the organizers want to be sure that everyone has a chance to participate.  Accordingly, the original 15 May deadline for submission of abstracts has been extended to 15 June.  The deadline for …


Added by David E. Schindel on May 19, 2011 at 3:59pm — No Comments


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