19th Oct, 2020
Standards that describe and support the exchange of biodiversity information are a critical scientific infrastructure. They enable data to be integrated in support of research, as well as decision-making and conservation planning. Ultimately, standards extend the usability of data across taxa, scientific disciplines, and administrative boundaries. Our annual Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) conferences serve two purposes:
08th Oct, 2020Dear CETAF Directors, CETAF Representatives and colleagues,
07th Oct, 2020
The Conservatory and Botanical Garden of Geneva (CJBG) has opened a full-time position as Curator of Mycology!
05th Oct, 2020
The Swedish Museum of Natural History is looking for its new head of the Department of Botany
Last application date: 25/10/2020
Reference number: 2.3.1-356-2020
28th Sep, 2020
Brussels, 28 September 2020
25th Sep, 2020
The Natural History Museum in London is both a world-leading science research centre and the most visited natural history museum in Europe. With a vision of a future in which both people and the planet thrive, it is uniquely positioned to be a powerful champion for balancing humanity’s needs with those of the natural world.
15th Sep, 2020
Ever wonder what Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) is or does? How can you become involved?
Come join the TDWG 2020 virtual Conference to find out, get a bit of background about both the working group meetings coming up the week of 21–25 September, as well as the Symposia and Discussion sessions planned for the 19–23 October.
14th Aug, 2020
Mobilising Data, Policies and Experts in Scientific Collections (MOBILISE)
10th Jul, 2020
28th May, 2020
Save the dates: the annual Biodiversity Information Standards Conference goes online!
TDWG 2020 will be a virtual conference divided into working sessions (Sep 21-25) followed by a second week dedicated to dissemination and sharing (Oct 19-23).