Meetings abroad

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The XIX International Botanical Congress, Shenzhen, China - 23-29 July 2017

The International Botanical Congress (IBC) is a major convention that brings together scientists from around the world to discuss new research in the plant sciences. The IBC is held once every six years. The XIX IBC is organized by the Botanical Society of China and the Shenzhen Municipal Government. It will be held in the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center, Shenzhen, China.

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BioSyst.EU, 14–18 August 2017 in Gothenburg, Sweden

BioSyst.EU represents European scientists dealing with topics of systematic biology. It considers itself as a collaborative counterpart to the Consortium of European Taxonomic Facilities (CETAF) where European Natural History Institutions have joined, whereas in BioSyst.EU individual scientists are to be represented via their national or regional societies.

The third meeting of the BioSyst.EU will be organized by the Swedish Systematics Association, Sweden and will take place in Gothenburg in August 14–18, 2017.

Abstract submission deadline: 31 May 2017

SSS Symposium: The future of scientific communication in biodiversity science.

Sciences are undergoing a huge change in the digital age. This results in new research areas and results, also in systematics, and in new ways of communicating both the results and the underlying research process. This session will draw on a range of examples from across the biodiversity sciences to address how individual scientists and their institutions can benefit from and contribute to this revolution.

Registration are now open (Early Bird prior to 1 June 2017).

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The 7th International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes, Mahasarakham University, Thailand - 7-11 August 2017

The meeting, co-organized with University Claude Bernard Lyon1 and the Natural History Museum of Geneva, is dedicated to reflect the progress in Mesozoic fish research, to discuss old and new methodologies, and to present novel information about the evolution, diversification, and the palaeobiogeography of fishes during the Mesozoic.

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