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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    CBOL LOGO FOR LETTERHEAD Barcode of Life Secretariat c o National Museum of Natural History P O Box 37012 MRC 105 Washington DC 20013 7012 CBOLInfo si edu Tel 1

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/CBOLLogo.htm (2015-06-03)
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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    UT The DNA Barcode Initiative Status in 2006 Ambitions for 2008 PDF format March 2006 4 5 MB Smithsonian Institution CBOL Overview PDF format October 2005 3 MB Directorate General for Research European Commission Brussels CBOL A rapid cost effective system for species identification HTML format January 2005 1 04 MB EC US Workshop EPA Barcoding Presentation PDF format February 2005 0 81 MB EPA CBOL A rapid cost effective system for species identification PDF format January 2005 0 39 MB UNESCO Biodiversity CBOL A rapid cost effective system for species identification PDF format February 2005 0 80 MB National Biological Information Infrastructure USGS CRC Specimen ID Meeting Notes PDF format April 2005 0 05 MB CRC CRC Species Name Meeting Notes PDF format April 2005 0 06 MB CRC International Update Consortium for the Barcode of Life PDF format May 2005 3 38 MB NSCA Santa Barbara Dr Robert Hanner DNA Recovery from Formalin Fixed Specimens PPT format May 2006 0 9 MB Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections meeting Dr James Hanken Director Museum of Comparative Zoology DNA barcoding a new diagnostic tool for rapid species recognition identification and discovery HTML format Spring 2004 4 70 MB DanBIF DNA barcoding a new diagnostic tool for rapid species recognition identification and discovery HTML format March 2004 4 81 MB Plankton workshop DNA Barcoding PDF format December 2003 1 51 MB NY Botanial Garden What DNA barcoding can do a new and powerful diagnostic tool for rapid species identification and discovery May 2004 N A Smithsonian Institution Dr Dan Janzen Professor of Biology University of Pennsylvania Caterpillars the last unknown large species rich terrestrial beasts PDF format November 2004 8 68 MB ESA presentation Wildland Biodiversity Use It or Lose It PDF format May 2004 5 56 MB

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    announcement has been posted and the Second Announcement will be distributed shortly Learn about Taipei DanBIF Conference This conference which will be held May 29 30 2007 is funded through a grant from the Danish Natural Science Research Council of the Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation To learn more please visit the conference website at http www danbif dk conference2007 Workshops Leading Labs Meeting The first Leading Labs Meeting is designed to bring together the lab and IT managers from the four leading barcoding centers Guelph SI LAB STRI and BioCode The meeting will be held at the University of Guelph on April 12 2007 All Fungi Barcode Initiative Workshop The Consortium for the Barcode of Life CBOL along with the USDA and Rutgers will convene the All Fungi Barcode initiative workshop at the Conservation and Research Center in Front Royal Virginia on 13 15 May 2007 The workshop is designed to bring together approximately 40 researchers from around the world to facilitate discussion on identifying universally applicable barcode gene regions and to plan a barcode initiative devoted to fungi The workshop is being supported by a grant to Rutgers University by the Alfred P Sloan Foundation Tree of

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    from Formalin fixed Specimens May 8 9 2006 Washington D C The National Research Council has released the pre publication report pdf 486Kb of a workshop on the formalin problem The workshop was organized by CBOL and was co sponsored by the US Department of Agriculture the US Environmental Protection Agency New England Biolabs Sigma Aldrich Corp the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center NESCENT at Duke University and the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University First Regional Barcoding Meeting in Cape Town South Africa April 7 8 2006 Cape Town South Africa CBOL held a regional barcode meeting in Cape Town South Africa on 7 8 April 2006 see Meeting Report pdf 377Kb Future regional meetings are planned for southern Asia eastern Africa and South America New Molecular Approaches for Characterizing and Understanding the Diversity of Coral Reef Ecosystems September 25 29 2005 Panama The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute hosted New Molecular Approaches for Characterizing and Understanding the Diversity of Coral Reef Ecosystems The Workshop itself was held at the Bocas del Toro marine laboratory on the dates of 26 29th of September 2005 The workshop was funded by the Smithsonian Institution s Marine Science Network and the Sloan Foundation via a grant to the National Museum of Natural History Special emphasis is placed on initiatives for bar coding well characterized groups and using environmental sampling to estimate diversity in less well understood groups Contact Nancy Knowlton or Biff Bermingham Gesellschaft für Biologische Systematik Annual Meeting September 13 16 2005 Basel Switzerland The Gesellschaft für Biologische Systematik Society for Biological Systematics held its 2005 annual meeting at the Natural History Museum in Basel Switzerland on September 13 16 145 participants from 7 countries gathered in Basel to focus mainly on three topics DNA based identification Barcoding historical biogeography with special emphasize on mountain regions and the role of systematics in environmental protection A Barcoding symposium with five invited speakers took place on Thursday September 15 which was supported by the Consortium for the Barcode of Life In a public Podium Discussion about DNA Barcoding that same evening the potential as practical tool for species identification in taxonomic research biodiversity studies and conservation was addressed ABBI Organization Meeting September 7 9 2005 Harvard University The All Birds Barcoding Initiative ABBI held its organizational meeting at the Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard University Cambridge MA on 7 9 September 2005 by invitation only First International Barcode Conference February 7 9 2005 London U K 220 participants from 44 countries gathered at The Natural History Museum London for the first International Barcode Conference 7 9 February 2005 The conference was organized under the auspices of the Consortium for the Barcode of Life and was supported by the Alfred P Sloan Foundation and the Natural History Museum London The latest results of barcoding projects were presented along with plans for ambitious new initiatives The agenda and most speaker presentations are now available online In addition the full text of the proceedings volume published as

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  • Untitled Document
    The conference venue the Research Centre for Humanities Social Sciences Academia Sinica is located Academia Rd Sec 2 Taipei Free shuttle service will be provided between the conference venue and the hotels daily A timetable of the shuttles will be posted on the Conference website and at the hotels and will be included in the conference packets distributed at the registration counter Climate Taipei has a subtropical climate with an average temperature of 27 o C 81 o F in the daytime and cooler at night in September Participants are recommended to bring a light jacket For further information please refer to the website of the Central Weather Bureau of Taiwan at http www cwb gov tw Time Zone The time in Taiwan is eight hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time GMT 8 There is no daylight saving scheme so this time difference remains constant year round Languages Mandarin and Taiwanese are the common used languages in Taiwan though other dialects are also spoken Many people can speak some English which is the most widely studied foreign language Currency Taiwan s unit of currency is the New Taiwan Dollar NT which has five denominations in paper money and five in coins Paper money comes in NT 2000 NT 1000 NT 500 NT 200 and NT 100 denominations and coins come in NT 50 NT 20 NT 10 NT 5 and NT 1 denominations Foreign currencies can be exchanged at the airport government designated banks Major credit cards such as American Express Master Card Visa JCB and Diners Club are accepted and traveler s checks may be cashed at foreign exchange banks some tourist oriented businesses and most international tourist hotels The exchange rate in recent months has been approximately NT 34 for US 1 For exchange of other currencies please

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    its inaugural meeting in May 2004 over 130 organizations from 43 countries across 6 continents have joined the Consortium for the Barcode of Life View CBOL members on the world map Organizational Structure An Executive Committee oversees the organization andreports to the Member Organizations Five Working Groups develop particular aspects of DNA Barcoding A Scientific Advisory Board SAB consists of the Working Group chairs and individuals selected by the Member

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    society It argued that if DNA barcoding could be proven feasible across a wide range of taxonomic groups then rapid inexpensive assignment of unidentified specimens to known species could be done by non specialists This would expand the impact of taxonomic research beyond the confines of academic circles and would provide benefits to agriculture public health education and many other segments of society A second workshop Taxonomy DNA and the Barcode of Life was held at the Banbury Center on September 10 12 2003 As reflected in the Banbury 2 conference report pdf 94Kb the discussion was much more focused than at the previous Banbury I workshop Cytochrome c oxidase subunit I was emerging as a strong candidate to be the DNA barcode region for eukaryotic animals Participants developed a blueprint for an international Bacode of Life Project that evolved quickly into a grant proposal to the Sloan Foundation In April 2004 the Sloan Foundation made a 30 month 669 000 award to the Smithsonian Institution for the creation and support of a Consortium for the Barcode of Life Dr Scott Miller of the Smithsonian Institution is the Principal Investigator on the grant from the Sloan Foundation CBOL held its inaugural meeting at the Smithsonian Institution s National Museum of Natural History on May 24 25 2004 The May Meeting Conference Report pdf 1176Kb included specific advice from several Working Groups on how to develop CBOL as an international Barcode Initiative During 2003 and 2004 research funding agencies and private foundations began making significant investments in barcoding Paul Hebert s lab at the University of Guelph The Canada Foundation for Innovation and the Ontario Innovation Trust provided a grant to establish the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario at the University of Guelph and to construct a new 20 000 sq ft

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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    about each CBOL member by clicking on their location or see a current List of CBOL Members Barcode of Life Secretariat c o National Museum of Natural History P O Box 37012 MRC 105 Washington DC 20013 7012 CBOLInfo si

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