Indiana University (IU), iDigBio, and the Natural Sciences Collections Alliance (NSCA) are pleased to announce the 4th annual Digital Data in Biodiversity Research Conference, to be hosted in Bloomington, IN, 1-3 June 2020. 


The theme for this year’s event is Harnessing the Data Revolution and Amplifying Collections with Biodiversity Information Science. Registration will open 13 January and remains at $50/student and $100/non-student. Please visit the EventBrite registration page and click remind me to be alerted when registration opens:


For more info about the conference, please bookmark and make regular visits to the conference announcement page:


To ensure that you are included for regular announcements on the conference email list, please send your email address to Gil Nelson ([log in to unmask]) or Jill Goodwin ([log in to unmask]) at iDigBio.




Gil Nelson PhD, Director

Integrated Digitized Biocollections (iDigBio)

Florida Museum of Natural History

University of Florida

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Courtesy Professor

Department of Biological Sciences

Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium

Florida State University

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