Registration is now open for Plant Biology 2020, which will be held July 25-29 in Washington, DC.
The L’Oréal USA For Women in Science fellowship program honors female scientists at a critical stage in their careers with grants of $60,000 each. Since 2003, we’ve awarded 80 postdoctoral women scientists over $4 million in grants.
The 36th Midcontinent Paleobotanical Colloquium (MPC) will take place on UW campus and the New Burke Museum in Seattle, May 1-3, 2020, hosted by Dr. Caroline Stromberg. Find a link to our website here.
The Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference (MEEC) is an annual regional conference hosted by different Midwestern institutions each year and is organized and directed entirely by graduate students. This conference is graduate and undergraduate student-focused, providing a professional atmosphere for students of all levels to interact with and learn from their peers.
Help generate ideas that will unify and advance the biological sciences. The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) and KnowInnovation (KI) would like to let you know of the opportunity to participate in a series of NSF-funded virtual and in-person events focused on identifying the opportunities and challenges for reintegrating research across the biology subdisciplines. More details can be found at https://reintegratingbiology.org/
A series of virtual and face-to-face events engaging and exciting diverse expertise for the purpose of reintegrating biology.
Help generate ideas that will unify and advance the biological sciences. The NSF directorate for Biological Sciences (BIO), the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) and KnowInnovation (KI) would like to let you know of the opportunity to participate in a series of NSF-funded virtual and in-person events focused on identifying the opportunities and challenges for reintegrating research across the biology subdisciplines. More details can be found at https://reintegratingbiology.org/.
The Missouri Botanical Garden will host its 66th Annual Fall Symposium entitled “The Origins and Maintenance of Neotropical Biodiversity” on October 11-12, 2019
The Missouri Botanical Garden will host its 66th Annual Fall Symposium entitled “The Origins and Maintenance of Neotropical Biodiversity” on October 11-12, 2019.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! For more information about the symposium, speakers, registration, local accommodations, posters and travel awards for students, please follow this link: www.mobot.org/symposium
Registration includes access to Friday evening mixer, and Saturday all-day scientific program, coffee breaks and lunch. MBG staff and local students can register for free using a prepaid access code, please inquire before registering.
Every year the American Philosophical Society publishes their grant and fellowship programs. Here is detailed information about the programs that pertain most directly to BSA and their members.
They have revised the Grants section of their website, www.amphilsoc.org, for 2019–2020. They will announce any changes to programs at their website, so we invite you to check the Grants section periodically.
In support of field biologists, researchers, field naturalists, faculty members, and students, and artists with interests in the natural history sciences, Eagle Hill has long been recognized as offering hard-to-find seminars which provide important opportunities for training and meeting others who are dedicated to continually learning more about natural history. These seminars are of special interest because they focus on the natural history of one of North America's most spectacular and pristine natural areas, the coast of eastern Maine ... from Acadia National Park to Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge and beyond.
August 11-25, 2019
Each year the Botanical Society of America, the Torrey Botanical Society, and the Philadelphia Botanical Club sponsor a field meeting in an area of the northeastern United States. The 2019 meeting will explore Adams County, Ohio and will be housed at Shawnee Lodge & Conference Center.
The Biodiversity Collections Network (BCoN) will release its new report, Extending U.S. Biodiversity Collections to Promote Research and Education, at 9:00 AM eastern time on April 4, 2019, at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
You are invited to this event to learn more about this important report and what it means for science and society. The report is the outcome of a series of workshops and stakeholder conversations that BCoN has held over the past four years. Scientists familiar with the report have expressed enthusiasm for its recommendations.
This event is free and open to the public. Space is limited. Individuals confirmed to attend this briefing will be notified by e-mail by April 3, 2019.
IWPMB2019 7th-12th July 2019