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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: .. Want to see what went on at the Mexico City Barcode of Life Conference?.. Video/Audio recordings of all presentations.. are now available online.. PDFs of many poster presentations.. are also now available.. Get access to all the presentations through this.. hyperlinked Conference Agenda.. Welcome letter.. Conference Schedule.. Printable Conference Schedule (PDF).. Conference Program.. (PDF).. Posters and Presentations..  ...   Information.. Online Hotel Reservation.. Hotel Reservation Form.. (pdf).. Side Tours.. Media Coverage.. Conference Poster.. Conference Mailing List.. Call for Abstracts.. (closed).. Online Application for Travel Bursaries.. Online Conference Registration.. Conference Registration Form (pdf).. Contact Us.. Just Released.. (pdf).. Abstract Volume.. Presenter Instructions.. Photos from the conference can now be found.. online.. Inquiries can be sent to.. inquiries.. dnabarcodes2009@si.. edu..

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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: Welcome.. Dear Colleagues,.. The.. Consortium for the Barcode of Life.. (CBOL) and the.. Instituto Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.. (UNAM) invite you to join us in Mexico City during the week of.. 7-13 November 2009.. for the Third International Barcode of Life Conference.. DNA barcoding has come a long way since September 2007, when we met in Taipei for the Second International Barcode of Life Conference.. CBOL now has 200 Member Organizations from 50 countries, and the International Barcode of Life Project (iBOL) has attracted participants from around the world.. Mexico has established MexBOL, a national barcoding network, and is positioned to be a regional node for iBOL.. There are now more than 600,000 DNA barcode records representing more than 58,000 species in BOLD and data are accumulating  ...   Mexico City.. There will be three days of pre-conference workshops, including two full-day short courses that will introduce participants to the lab protocols of DNA barcoding and the management and analysis of barcode data.. The week of events will culminate in a barcoding event for the public in UNAM’s Science Museum.. (see.. Overall Conference Agenda.. ).. Registration will be limited by the capacity of the conference venue, so please consider registering soon to ensure your place at the conference.. Please continue to check this website as we add information (see.. ), and sign up for the.. conference mailing list.. to receive future notices.. We look forward to seeing you all in Mexico City in November!.. David Schindel.. CBOL Executive Secretary.. Patricia Escalante.. Conference Chairman.. Scott E.. Miller.. CBOL Chairman..

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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: Conference Program.. At A Glance.. Pre-Conference Events.. Saturday, 7 November 2009.. Sunday, 8 November 2009.. Monday, 9 November 2009.. Workshop on Project Planning and Grant Proposal Writing.. (Organized by CBOL/UNAM/iBOL/GTI).. Short Course on barcoding protocols.. Morning.. Short course on data management in BOLD, GenBank, and BOLI Data Portal.. Workshop on Barcoding Invasive Species.. (organized by CONABIO).. Plant Working Group Meeting: TreeBoL and GrassBoL.. Plant Working Group meeting.. Afternoon.. Barcoding of Life: Society and Technology Dynamics - Global and National Perspectives.. (Symposium organized by the IDRC).. *Workshop Document 1 (pdf).. *Workshop Document 2 (pdf).. *Workshop Document 3 (pdf).. Data Analysis Working Group (DAWG).. Advanced BOLD Workshop.. Protist Barcoding Initiative.. Opening Reception,.. Ex Hacienda de Tlalpan.. Click on the dates or sessions to view the detailed agenda, or.. click here to download the full program.. (with speakers).. Tuesday, 10 November 2009.. Wednesday, 11 November 2009.. Thursday, 12 November 2009.. Session 1:.. Welcome and Introduction.. Session 3:.. Case Studies: Impacts of barcode data in research areas beyond taxonomy..  ...   Sessions C and D.. Barcoding the Trees of Africa.. Insects/Terrestrial Arthropods.. Fungi/Algae/Protists/New Groups.. Large-Scale Initiatives.. Barcoding Databases, Protocols and Education.. Data Analysis Working Group.. BeeBOL.. Closing Reception.. Technical Sessions E and F.. Meso-American Symposium.. Canadian Network.. Business Meeting.. Download Sessions A and B (pdf).. Download Sessions C and D (pdf).. Sessions E and F (coming soon).. Friday, 13 November 2009.. The Barcode of Life in Latin America: Opportunities, Challenges and Results.. Daniel Janzen and Winnie Hallwachs,.. Area de Conservacion Guanacaste, Costa Rica and University of Pennsylvania, USA.. Event open to the public, followed by a reception and opening of a DNA barcoding exhibit.. 11:00 am.. Theater of the Museum of Science UNIVERSUM.. Centro Cultural Universitario.. Ciudad Universitaria, Coyoacan, DF.. El Código de Barras de la Vida en Latinoamérica: la oportunidad, el reto, y el resultado.. Daniel Janzen y Winnie Hallwachs,.. Area de Conservacion Guanacaste, Costa Rica y University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA.. 13 Noviembre, 11 horas.. Teatro del Museo de Ciencias UNIVERSUM.. Return to top..

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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: One major goal of this conference was to capture the research presented, in the form of poster files, slideshows, and video recorded presentations and discussions, to share with those who couldn't attend and to provide a platform for continued discussion and learning.. These meeting materials have been collected and published to a.. dedicated discussion forum.. on.. Connect.. BarcodeOfLife.. net.. , the DNA barcoding network..  ...   suggestions on how to maximize benefit from these resources.. Readers can review posters and presentations and post their questions to the associated discussion thread; presenters can add updates, link to associated data, or respond to posted questions.. To view all the poster, presentation, and video files in one location, an annotated version of the Conference Program PDF file is.. available to view and download..

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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: 6 July 2009:.. Call for abstracts for speakers and poster presentations.. Call for applications for travel bursaries.. (participants from developing countries only).. Online registration form available with early discount.. Online hotel booking system.. Travel, hotel, and visa information.. 3 August 2009.. Deadline Extended to.. 7 August.. Deadline for submission of abstracts.. Deadline for travel bursary applications.. 14 August 2009:.. Selection  ...   bursaries.. 1 September 2009:.. Final Conference agenda with speakers released.. 11 September 2009.. 18 September.. :.. Early registration discount ends.. 8 October 2009:.. Deadline for presenters to submit their finalized abstract for inclusion in the Abstract Volume.. 16 October 2009.. A presenter for each accepted abstract must be designated and registered.. 5 November 2009:.. Final Conference Program and Abstracts Volume released..

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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: The Third International Barcode of Life Conference will be held at the magnificent new facilities of the.. in the volcanic hills on the southern outskirts of Mexico City.. The auditorium has seating for 450 people, and the nearby Seminar Center has break-out rooms for an additional 170 participants.. The Academy campus has videoconferencing capabilities and wireless internet access in all areas.. Common areas outside the main auditorium offer a spectacular view of the city, and open spaces for interacting around poster displays during coffee breaks and lunches..

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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: Conference Fees.. Category.. Until.. September 18.. October 30.. On Site.. Registration.. Delegate.. USD $200.. 00.. USD $250.. USD $300.. from developing countries.. USD $125.. USD $150.. USD $175.. Student.. USD $75.. USD $100..

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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: Travel Information.. GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION.. Mexico City.. serves as the capital city of Mexico, and lies across the Tropic of Cancer.. It was originally built by the Aztecs in what is called now the Valley of Mexico with a magnificent backdrop of two volcanoes: Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl.. The valley is a basin that is enclosed by mountain barriers in all directions but has an opening on the northern part.. Like most cosmopolitan cities, Mexico City offers a wide variety of cultural events, shopping areas and tourist attractions.. During your stay, visit the museums to see some amazing collections that depict the evolution of Mexico’s art and history, from the pre-Hispanic era to present day.. WEATHER.. Because of the high altitude (over 7000 feet) the city enjoys a relatively mild climate all year.. Summer and winter both are generally mild, but the evenings can get cool enough to require a jacket all year long.. ACTIVITIES.. México City is the cultural center of México and is home to a seemingly endless array of cultural activities.. Known as the City of Palaces, in Mexico City you’ll see diverse colonial and modern architecture.. The Zócalo (main square) and historic center are not to be missed and are a good starting place for deciding your itinerary, as there are plenty of things to do and see in a relatively small area.. Chapultepec Park, (the world's largest park within a city) is home to many attractions and should be on your must do list, especially if you have any youngsters with you.. Nightlife in the capital provides an enormous variety of entertainment.. Ballet, opera, folkloric shows and theatre compete with rock concerts, bars and nightclubs featuring all kinds of live music.. Live Cuban music and the tropical salsa clubs always seem to be a big draw, for locals as well as visitors.. Clothing:.. In Mexico City, people dress formal.. For business, receptions and in good restaurants jacket and tie may be required.. Please note that some top restaurants do not allow kids under 10 years old.. Long distance calls.. from Mexico to any other country can be made without problem.. International telephone calls from public phones are generally possible.. Mobile phones from most countries should work.. There are rental mobile phones available.. Money exchange.. : The Mexican currency is called Peso ($) with bills of 1,000, 500, 200, $100, 50 and 20 and coins of 10, 5, 2, 1, 0.. 50, 0.. 20, 0.. 10 and 0.. 05.. Credit cards (Eurocard/Mastercard, Visa, American Express) are also widely accepted.. It is recommended to exchange currency upon  ...   visitors one of the ultimate shopping experiences available anywhere in the world.. For tourists that are seeking the upscale shops and malls, your choices are easy.. Visit Polanco, especially the areas of Presidente Masaryk, Centro Santa Fe and Zona Rosa.. Centro Coyoacán and Perisur, which are both located in the southern part of the city, are also very popular.. The colonial neighborhood of San Angel, also in the southern part of the city, offers its famous Bazar Sábado which means Saturday Bazaar.. Here you will find three different market places every Saturday, an outdoor crafts market, an arts market and a separate market selling high-end articles.. Language:.. Spanish is the official language in Mexico, but in Mexico City the large majority of tourist services speak English.. Electricity:.. The electricity standard in Mexico is 110 volts AC, the same as in the United States and Canada.. Even though many places have three-pronged polarized outlets, it is recommendable that you bring an adapter.. FOOD AND DRINK.. México City is home to some of the world's great restaurants.. You have your choice of traditional Mexican restaurants, seafood specialists, Spanish, French, Chinese, Argentinean and Italian cuisines.. You will find some of the world's greatest steak houses and also some of the best tacos.. The quality of meals is incredibly high.. Along with all of this great food comes some of the most impeccable service you're likely to experience.. anywhere.. México City can be one of the world’s truly great dining experiences.. Breakfast is generally served between 7 and 10 a.. m.. , lunch time is between 2 and 4 p.. and for dinner you will be in time between 8 and 10 p.. The most famous alcoholic beverage is called Tequila, usually drunken with salt and lemon, as Margarita cocktail or together with spicy Sangrita.. The light Mexican beers are superb, the locally distilled rum is also very good and a bargain.. Furthermore, you will find coffee liquor and good national wines, which are currently rather inexpensive.. Bars start opening at about 10 p.. in tourist areas and remain open till 2 or 3h in the morning.. Many bars and night clubs in hotels offer live entertainment and shows.. Most hotels and restaurants provide bottled drinking water as far as they have not their own purified water systems.. Water from other sources should be restrained.. It is recommended to avoid drinks with ice cubes, which is without risk at good restaurants and hotels.. Tipping.. : In restaurants and bars a tip of 10-15% of the consumption is usually left on the table..

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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: Conference Hotels.. The Fiesta Inn and Royal Pedregal have been contracted to provide rooms for conference attendants.. Reservations can be made directly through our.. page.. FIESTA INN HOTEL -.. Sold Out!*.. Location.. Periférico Sur 5530.. Col.. Pedregal de Carrasco.. 04700, México, D.. F.. México.. Tel.. : +52 (55) 50 96 93 00.. Fax: +52 (55) 50 96 93 10.. Fiesta Inn Periférico Sur.. is located in southern Mexico City, strategically located at the intersection of Insurgentes Sur and Calzada de Tlalpan, near renowned educational institutions, and surrounded by an important colonial and commercial district.. Check in starts at 15:00, and is subject to the availability of space at the hotel.. Check-out is  ...   1 restaurant.. 14 floors.. 1 Bar.. Airport transfers (with cost).. Gym.. Free wireless internet access.. Indoor pool.. Laundry.. Indoor parking (with cost).. 24-hour Business Center.. *More rooms may become available in the future, but it is strongly encouraged to make reservations at the Royal Pedregal to ensure your stay at a conference hotel.. ROYAL PEDREGAL.. Royal Pedregal Hotel.. is located in southern Mexico City, and is renowned for its impeccable service and comfortable facilities.. Luxury, Junior and Master Suites are equipped with a variety of amenities.. 314 Luxury rooms.. Non-smoking floors.. Restaurant.. Lobby bar.. Business Center.. Indoor and outdoor swimming pool.. SPA and health club.. Automatic Teller Machine.. Wireless Internet Access.. Boutique.. Concierge..

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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: Side Events.. The conference organizers are pleased to present the following half- and full-day tours and multi-day excursions highlighting the unique history and culture of Mexico City and notable surrounding areas.. How far in advance do reservations need to be made? How do I make them?.. Multi-day Excursions must be booked no less than.. two weeks in advance.. Half and full-day tours can be booked on site at the conference at the Hospitality Desk.. Questions and reservations for all tours should be sent to.. toursbol@servimed.. com.. mx.. How long are the trips? Where will participants be picked up?.. Conference participants will be picked up at the Fiesta Inn and Royal Pedregal.. Half-day tours depart at 9:00 am and return around 3:00 pm; full-day tours depart at 9:00 am and return between 7:00 - 8:00 pm the same day.. Half-Day tours.. Dolores Olmedo and Xochimilco.. Teotihuacan Pyramids.. Cuicuilco and Coyoacan.. Templo Mayor.. Contemporary Museum of Art.. Folkloric Ballet.. Full-Day Tours.. Taxco and Cuernavaca.. Puebla and Cholula.. Tepoztlan and Tepozteco.. Cuernavaca and Xochicalco.. Tlaxcala.. Multi-Day Excursions.. Guanajuato and Bajio.. Merida and Cancun.. Mexico-Veracruz-Tlacotalpan-San Andres Tuxtlas-Catemaco-Mexico.. Mexico-Puebla-Tehuacan-Cuicatlan-Oaxaca-Mexico.. Half-day Tours.. Mexico City Tour.. Mexico City is the world’s largest metropolis and the ancient Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan.. Begin with a tour of the city, including its bustling central square, el Zocalo; the Metropolitan Cathedral; the National Palace with the famous Diego Rivera murals; and Chapultepec park, site of the castle which served as the residence of the ill-fated emperor Maximilian.. In the afternoon, visit the world-famous National Anthropological Museum and get to know the major contributions of Mexico’s indigenous cultures.. The tour includes lunch at the Anthropological Museum.. Cost per person:.. US$65.. Tour Offered.. : Saturday, 7 Nov and Friday, 13 Nov.. Mexico City: Dolores Olmedo Museum and Xochimilco.. Dolores Olmedo was a famous Mexican actress, and now her house is a major museum housing paintings from such famous artists as Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo.. Once in Xochimilco, we shall take a typical flat-bottomed boat called a.. trajinera.. , festooned with flowers and poled through the canals, the last romantic vestige of Mexico City’s past when it was a city built on a lake.. Box lunch on the.. included.. US$45.. 00.. : Sunday, 8 Nov and Saturday, 14 Nov.. Drive north to Teotihuacan.. Encounter the magic and mystery of the 2000 year-old city of Teotihuacan that was the most important settlement on the Mexican plateau between 200 and 500 CE, when it was inhabited by more than 200,000 people.. Visit the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon.. Walk down the Avenue of the Dead, pass the Temple of Quetzalcoatl with its unique stone sculptures of plumed serpents, admire the Temple of the Butterflies and explore pre-Hispanic ruins.. Lunch at the Cove Restaurant.. Cost per person:.. US$60.. : Saturday, 7 Nov and Saturday, 14 Nov.. We will visit the beautiful Cuicuilco´s arqueological site.. It is located in the south part of Mexico City, and is one of the oldest archaeological places of the valley of Anahuac, Mexico.. It is characterized by it´s conical pyramid.. We will also visit Coyoacan.. - (From de azteca language ,meaning place of coyotes).. Its narrow cobbled streets and colonial plazas still keep the neighborhood´s special provincial charm.. We will visit the church and the Ex convent of Saint Juan Baptist.. It is one of the oldest catholic churches in central Mexico, Its construction began in the 16th Century.. A lot of changes have been made in its structure since then.. We will visit Frida Kahlo´s museum a famous Mexican painter.. US $50.. : Friday, 13 Nov.. The Templo Mayor was one of the main temples of the Aztecs in their capital city of Tenochtitlan, which is now Mexico City.. Its architectural style belongs to the late Postclassic period of Mesoamerica.. The temple was dedicated simultaneously to two gods, Huitzilopochtli, god of war and Tlaloc, god of rain and agriculture, each of which had a shrine at the top of the pyramid with separate staircases.. Construction of the first temple began in 1390, and it was rebuilt six times after that.. The temple was destroyed by the Spanish in 1521.. [3] The modern-day archeological site lies just to the northeast of the Zocalo, or main plaza of Mexico City.. US $45.. Mexico's Tamayo Contemporary Art Museum (Spanish: Museo Tamayo de Arte Contemporáneo), located on Paseo de la Reforma, in Mexico City, was opened in 1981 as a repository for the collection that Rufino Tamayo and his wife Olga acquired during their lifetimes and ultimately gifted to the nation.. The architect was Teodoro González de León, a renowned Mexican architect.. One can’t help but admire the museum’s form as much as the work it contains.. Folkoric Ballet.. The Folkloric  ...   Diaz; and the Alhondiga de Granaditas, originally a storage building for maize which was later used as a fortress during the war for independence.. On the way back to Mexico City, short tour of Queretaro, famous for its nice buildings, churches, squares as well as parks and fountains.. Despite heavy industrial development, the city centre has maintained its peaceful character.. Worth to see are the aqueduct, the Independence Square, the regional museum located at the former cloister of San Francisco, the churches Sta.. Clara and Sta.. Rosa de Viterbo.. US$435,00 (minimum 4 persons).. : Nov 7-8, Nov 13-14, Nov 14-15.. Departure from Mexico City Airport to Merida, Yucatán.. Upon arrival, welcome at the airport and transfer to your hotel.. City tour of Merida with visits to the Cathedral, the Museum of Anthropology and History, the Montejo Residence, as well as the Zocalo and the Market.. Lunch at the hotel.. In the afternoon, departure to Uxmal, site of the best Light and Sound Show illustrating the dramatic history of the place.. Full day tour to Chichen-Itza.. One of the most important cities of the Mayan culture, you will see the Kukulcan Pyramid, the Ball game court and the Observatory.. This imposing group of temples, tombs and palaces is thought to have been founded about 600 AD, with additions in the 10th century, and is the most complete Mayan city in Mexico.. Lunch at a restaurant near the ruins.. Visit to the Cenote Ikil.. Transfer to Cancun.. Registration at the hotel.. Day 3.. Breakfast at the hotel.. Visit to Tulum, one of the most beautiful ruins by the sea.. Visit to Xel-Há, the largest aquarium in the Caribbean.. Day 4.. Free day in Cancun.. In the afternoon return to Mexico City.. US$922.. 00 (double occupancy).. : Nov 6-8, Nov 13-15, Nov 14-16.. Mexico - Veracruz - Tlacotalpan - San Andres Tuxtlas - Catemaco - Mexico.. Morning: Drive from Mexico City to the beautiful port of Veracruz which was the country’s first port and is still its most important and liveliest one.. It has literally seen it all and infected everything with its ebullient warmth that makes every day of the year a Carnival.. We will visit the town upon arrival, and sleep there.. Morning: We will head to Tlacotalpan.. This town was chosen as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998 because the "urban layout and architecture of Tlacotalpan represent a fusion of Spanish and Caribbean traditions of exceptional importance and quality.. We will then go to the picturesque town of San Andres Tuxtla.. We will sleep there.. Visit to Catemaco.. Rustic charms, mystic lagunas and lush surroundings lure visitors to this magical patch in the Los Tuxtlas mountains.. We will return to Veracruz where you will have a free day.. Day 5.. Return to Mexico City.. US $940.. 00 Meals are not included.. : Nov 13-17, Nov 14-18.. Departure from Mexico City to Puebla, we will visit downtown of this beautiful city.. The state of Puebla is located to the south east of Mexico City.. Puebla is a state with a rich history.. also known for its moles which are complex sauces made from chilies, chocolate, and other exotic spices.. We will continue to Tehuacan, wich is a beautiful town.. We will visit the Jardín Botánico de Zapotitlán, where you will be able to admire the columnar cacti forest and monumental beucarneas.. We will continue our journey and will enjoy the beautiful landscape of the tropical dry forest of the Biosphere Reserve of Cuicatlan.. We will then visit the town of San Juan Raya, where the town people found more than 40 dinosaur foot prints from more than 110 million years ago.. We will depart to Oaxaca, and sleep there.. We will visit Yagul, wich is an archeological site, and was declared one of the country's four Natural Monuments.. We will continue to Santa Maria el Tule, that is a small town, where we will find the tree of Tule which has a circumference of over 160 feet at its base, and is between 2000 and 3000 years old.. We will visit the towns of Tlacochahuaya, Teotitlan del valle.. We will finally get to Mitla, this is a beautiful archeological area, then we will return to Oaxaca to have the afternoon free, and we will sleep there.. We will visit Monte Alban, The various structures of Monte Alban center on the Gran Plaza or Great Plaza, a large open space created by flattening the mountaintop.. From this plaza, aligned north to south, there is a great view of the Oaxaca Valley, we will have lunch in a trout farm.. We will return to Oaxaca, and sleep there.. Return to Mexico City.. US $1100.. Tour Offered:.. Nov 13-17 and Nov 14-18..

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  • Title: Third International Barcode of Life Conference
    Descriptive info: A collection of news stories and media coverage on the Third International Barcode of Life conference!.. Cómo Ves? article (.. pdf.. ) and special cover (.. ) (Spanish).. Do you have media coverage to report? E-mail us at..

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