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Science Symposia & Seminars

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

Traditional Farming and Crops Diversity for a More Resilient Future

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

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

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

Take Action with Citizen Science

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