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Science Symposia & Seminars

See past discussions at NYBG by experts on everything from local conservation to global scientific missions.

Pressed yellow flowers arranged on an herbarium sheet, interspersed with branches and dry brown leaves

Schrödinger's Phenotypes: How Good is Morphological Data Harvest From Herbarium Specimen Images?

View the July 30 recording of this event.

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Pale green reindeer lichen stretch out over a brown and gray rockface.

NYBG Doctoral Defense: Conservation, Comparative Genomics, and Species Delimitation of the Reindeer Lichens

View the July 20 recording of this event.

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NYBG Doctoral Defense by Cecilia Zumajo

WeDigBio 2021 | Virtual Tour of the Steere Herbarium

WeDigBio 2021 | Citizen Science Workshop

WeDigBio 2021 | Spotlight on Herbarium Research: Epiphytes!

A Bolete Story: 50 Years of Macrofungi

Plant Diversity in Brazil: Studying Sedge Evolution and the Atlantic Coastal Forest

Darwin's Passion for Plants

39 Years of Palm Research at NYBG: A Retrospective

Herbaria: Collectively Saving Plant and Fungal Biodiversity

Here Today, Gone Forever: Plant Extinction Now and Conservation Strategies for Tomorrow – Part II

Here Today, Gone Forever: Plant Extinction Now and Conservation Strategies for Tomorrow – Part I

Third Annual EcoFlora Conference: Conserving the Rare Plants of New York

WeDigBio! 2020 Virtual Tour of the Steere Herbarium

Journey Through Peru with Dr. Fabian Michelangeli

Cycads: From Field Biology to Neurobiology, a Botanical Journey

Brazilian Biodiversity: Assessing Threats to Plants and Ecosystems

The Brazilian Amazon Under Threat: A Report on the Impacts of Climate Change and Deforestation in the World’s Largest Rain Forest

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Second Annual NYC EcoFlora Conference

Nature at Your Doorstep: Celebrating the Public Participant in Research

First Annual NYC EcoFlora Conference

Saving the American Ash

Preserving the Mighty Oak, Pt. 1

Preserving the Mighty Oak, Pt. 2