Biodiversity Genomics Meeting 2020

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Join us at Biodiversity Genomics 2020 to celebrate success, explore challenges and look to the future of sequencing all life on Earth.

Biodiversity Genomics 2020 will bring together researchers across the world to celebrate our achievements in genome sequencing across the eukaryotic tree of life, explore current challenges and their likely solutions, and look forward to the coming decade of the application of genomics across the globe. With major projects starting to deliver data at scale, new tools for sequencing and assembling genomes becoming available, and increased awareness of the power of whole genome data in understanding organismal biology and ecosystem processes, Biodiversity Genomics 2020 promises to be a milestone in the effort to “sequence life for the future of life”.

Mark Blaxter (Tree of Life, Wellcome Sanger Institute UK)

Harris Lewin (EBP, UC Davis CA USA), Jose Victor Lopez (GIGA, Nova Southeastern FL USA), Erich D. Jarvis (VGP, Rockefeller NY USA)

Dates for your diary

  • Meeting registration open: NOW
  • Poster and talk abstract submission open: NOW
  • Talk abstract submission close: NOW CLOSED
  • Notification of speaker choices: 10th September 2020
  • Poster abstract submission close: 20th September 2020
  • Registration to attend closes: Friday 02 October
  • Meeting starts: 15:00 BST, Monday 05 October 2020

Abstract Details (optional)

If you have an abstract ready (see guidelines) you can submit it now. If not you can return to the site to submit it later.

Abstract Guidelines

You can submit the abstract as a PDF, in Word (docx) format, or as text (.txt) format. Please use Arial 11 pt and single spacing. Please format your abstract as follows:

  • Abstract title.
  • Presenter (your name).
  • Presenter affiliation.
  • Presenter email address.
  • All author names (a comma-separated list of names, including your own, with numerical superscripts to indicate affiliations).
  • All author addresses (numbered as in the All authors list).
  • Abstract (no more than 250 words).

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