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A meeting on Biodiversity Technologies was held by the Biodiversity Institute, Oxford on the 27-28 of September 2012 at the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford. The symposium brought together 36 speakers from North America, Australia and across Europe, presenting the latest research on emerging technologies in biodiversity science and conservation. Here we present a perspective on the general trends emerging from the symposium.

Original publication

DOI

10.1098/rsbl.2012.1029

Type

Journal article

Journal

Biol Lett

Publication Date

23/02/2013

Volume

9

Keywords

Acoustics, Biodiversity, Cell Phones, Conservation of Natural Resources, Databases, Factual, England, Genetic Techniques, Genomics