[Taxacom] SPNHC 2016 and GGBN 2016 Conference in Berlin - registration now open!
G.Droege at bgbm.org
Tue Dec 15 09:57:15 CST 2015
The Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum and the Museum für Naturkunde are honored to be hosting the 31st Annual Meeting of the Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections (SPNHC) as well as the 2nd International Conference on Biodiversity Biobanking of the Global Genome Biodiversity Network (GGBN) in Berlin from June, 20 to June, 25, 2016. The conferences will be held in parallel at the andel's Hotel Berlin, Landsberger Allee.
SPNHC conference web site: http://www.spnhc2016.berlin/, conference theme: "Green Museum - How to practice what we preach?"
GGBN conference web site: https://meetings.ggbn.org/conference/ggbn/2016/index, conference theme: "Meeting the Challenge: How to Preserve a Cross-Section of the Tree of Life"
The registration for both conferences is now open. Please check the conference web sites for information on the conference program, field trips, social events, accommodation, registration and abstract submission. All social events and field trips as well as the opening session on Tuesday are joint events for attendees of both conferences. During lunch and coffee breaks one will have the chance to visit the vendor booths and chat with attendees of both conferences. The sessions of both conferences cover complementary topics to avoid duplications.
We are working on an exciting program and welcome your contributions. All abstracts of accepted presentations will be published in the conference books. These conference books will be provided to all participants during check-in and will be published online after the conferences.
We are looking forward to seeing you at SPNHC or GGBN 2016!
Big thanks to everyone helping to organize the conferences at MfN and BGBM and setting up the conference system for GGBN.
With kind regards,
Thomas von Rintelen,
Global Genome Biodiversity Network (GGBN)
Berlin-Dahlem DNA Bank
Women's Officer ZE BGBM
Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem
Freie Universität Berlin
+49 30 838 50 139
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