Friday, July 5, 2013

iBOL quo vadis?

What is going on in iBOL's member countries? Where is the project heading? What can be accomplished in the remaining 2 years of the project's first phase? How can we do that?

Those and many more questions are currently discussed during a two day meeting at the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario. The newly formed International Scientific Collaboration Committee meets here to set the course for iBOL's final years.

Currently we are in the middle of presentations of the partner nations. The photo shows Axel Hausmann presenting Germany's projects. I'll do my best to play live-reporter from the event via blog and twitter. Later the day we also celebrate the grand opening of our large building extension, called Centre for Biodiversity Genomics (CBG). More on that later. Stay tuned...

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