2019 ASBS–NZPCN Joint Conference, Taxonomy for Conservation — Ruia mai I Rangiātea
This year’s conference comprises three days of talks, one day of workshops (seven to choose from), one day of field trips (five options), a conference dinner, and a welcome reception. We have three exciting keynote speakers, a jam-packed programme with up to 75 talks by attendees, a poster session, and even a silent auction.
Early bird registration and abstract submission closes on 30 August—that’s only one month from now. Join the attendees from Australia and New Zealand who have already registered and paid. We look forward to getting your registration next!
We invite you to register for the 2019 Australasian Systematic Botany Society and New Zealand Plant Conservation Network joint conference to be held at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand in the last week of November.
The conference theme, Taxonomy for Plant Conservation — Ruia mai i Rangiātea aims to capitalise on the vast expertise of our two societies. There will be multiple upskilling workshops, three days of symposia, and a chance to explore Wellington’s forests and rugged coastlines on our five different full-day field trips. Registration, payments and abstract submissions are all open from today.
Be sure to register and pay before mid-August to make the most of the early bird discount. Students, if you aren’t a member of either society already be sure to sign up, as student-presenters are eligible to apply for student assistance to attend.
We invite you to the 2019 Australasian Systematic Botany Society and New Zealand Plant Conservation Network joint conference to be held at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand in the last week of November.
Check out the recently updated conference website to get all the important details about conference dates, venue, accommodation, programme, keynote speakers, field trips, workshops, silent auction, and more!
The conference theme, ‘Taxonomy for Plant Conservation – Ruia mai i Rangiātea’ aims to capitalise on the vast expertise of our two societies. There will be multiple upskilling workshops, three days of symposia, and a chance to explore Wellington’s forests and rugged coastlines on our five different full-day field trips.
Start planning now! Early bird registration opens next week. Places in workshops and field trips are limited, so register early to get your top choices.
Mark your calendars! The 2019 ASBS–NZPCN joint conference—Taxonomy for Plant Conservation, 24–28 November is in preparation. Details will follow on this website and to your mailbox if you’re subscribed.
If you’re going to be joining us for the Welcome Reception and launch of Systems art exhibition at the Queensland Herbarium tonight—there is an additional treat. Systems artist Alinta Krauth will be presenting a one-night only art installation, to be experienced outside in the Australian tropical rainforest section of the gardens.
Donna Davis, Matrix 1, 2016. Pigment print on Hahnemuhle fine art rag, 60 x 60 x 5 cm. Image courtesy of the artist.
Systems is an art exhibition that celebrates the diverse and curious biological systems of Australia’s living world.
Coinciding with the Australasian Systematic Botany Society 2018 conference, Mindthe Gap, this exhibition showcases South East Queensland-based artists who take inspiration from living systems, revealing links between art, science and nature.
There are only a couple of weeks until abstract submissions and early bird registrations close! Don’t miss out on the Australasian Systematic Botany Society 2018 Conference in Brisbane. Submit your abstract and registration now. Last day is 15 September.
Be sure to book before mid-September to make the most of the early bird discount. If you are keen to come on the field trip to Springbrook then be sure to get in early as numbers are limited. Students, if you aren’t a member of the society already be sure to sign up as you will be eligible to apply for student assistance to attend ASBS conferences and the student prizes.