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The Second Meeting of the International Society for Phylogenetic Nomenclature will be held in New Haven, Connecticut, at Yale University, from June 28 to July 2, 2006. This meeting is an opportunity to discuss topics that pertain directly or indirectly to phylogenetic nomenclature in general and the PhyloCode in particular. In addition to providing a forum to contribute oral and poster presentations, this meeting will also include three symposia with a number of invited guest speakers.
The conference will open on the evening of Wednesday, May 24 with a Welcome Social and Registration from 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.√?¬† The opening symposia and contributed sessions will begin at 8:00 a.m. on May 25.√?¬† The closing symposia and contributed sessions will take place from 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 noon on Sunday, May 28.
A schedule of events is here.
To register visit the web site (Early registration from Feb 1 - April 1, 2006).
Abstract submission is online.
The Missouri Botanical Garden announces the eighth annual competition for the Elizabeth E. Bascom Fellowships in botany for Latin American women. The fellowship will cover the cost of a round-trip air ticket to St. Louis, lodging in the Garden apartment, and a small stipend for food and miscellaneous expenses in St. Louis for a period of one to three months. The competition is open to young Latin American women who work in the field of botany or are botanists at universities or other governmental or non-governmental scientific institutions in Mexico, Central America, and South America. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree from a university. The fields of investigation are limited to systematic botany, ecology, or conservation. The deadline will be 1 July 2006. All interested applicants should visit this website (in Spanish) to obtain a list of application materials, or contact Alina Freire-Fierro, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, P.O. Box 299, St. Louis, MO 63166-0299, USA; voice: 314-577-9535; fax: 314-577-0830.
This Congress will bring together leading authorities on lice to review our current knowledge of lice and louse-borne diseases. A major objective of this conference will be the coordination of research into lice and louse-bone-pathogens. Systematics plays an increasingly important role in this endeavourand this Congeress will provide a rare opportunity for interaction between members of the medical, veterinary and systematic community. The Third Congress will include a diverse array of invited plenary lectures, oral presentations and poster presentations from world authorities.
The Society for Systematic Biologists invites proposals for symposia at the 2007 SSB meeting to be held at the Allan Wilson Center for Molecular Ecology and Evolution in Auckland, New Zealand 18-22 June 2007. The meeting will be held jointly with the American Society of Naturalists and the Society for the Study of Evolution. Proposals should include (1) a descriptive title, (2) one or two paragraphs explaining the purpose of the symposium and its relevance to systematics, (3) a list of presentations including proposed speakers, their institutions or affiliations, and their presentation titles, (4) an indication of whether the speakers have been invited and whether they have agreed to participate, and (5) the proposed length of each talk.
For deadlines and other details, please visit the conference web site
The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Bocas Research Station, Bocas del Toro, Panama is offering two short courses in the taxonomy and biology of Caribbean sponges (July 17-28, 2006), and tunicates (August 13-27, 2006). Registration for each course is $US 400 (some fellowships are available). Deadline for applications is March 1, 2006. For more details on the courses and how to apply please visit http://striweb.si.edu/taxonomy/ (Caribbean sponges) and
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