Margherita Tinti

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Save the date: 4th IrisBG User Conference at Gothenburg Botanical Garden, Sweden

When: 29 and 30 April 2019 Where: Gothenburg Botanical Garden Gothenburg Botanical Garden will be hosting the 4th IrisBG User Conference on April 29 and 30, 2019. The garden comprises a total area of 175 hectares (ca. 430 acres), most of it being a nature reserve. The garden proper is about 40 hectares and comprises …

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3rd European IrisBG User Conference – Summary, Slides and Recordings

IrisBG users held their 3rd User Conference at Cambridge University Botanic Garden on Friday 18thof May 2018. This year, roughly 40 delegates from Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, Sweden and the UK came together to get inspired, to learn from other users and to grow the collective expertise. For the 3rdtime the organising committee …

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Workshop for database solutions – Botanic Garden of Bayreuth, Germany, 15 and 16 March 2018

With great pleasure we joined the 2-day workshop for database solutions for botanic gardens, which took place in Bayreuth. It was very inspiring to get insight into database solutions from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. We thank the Botanic Garden of Bayreuth, especially Marianne Laurer and the organising team, for the warm welcome and the excellent …

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Upcoming IrisBG User Conference 2018

When: May 18 Where: Cambridge University Botanic Garden Cambridge University Botanic Garden, established in 1846, will be hosting the 2018 European user conference. On Friday May 18, we will start in the early morning with optional trainings. You can chose to attend the “Introductory IrisBG training” or the “Advanced IrisBG training”, according to your level of …

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UK and European User Conference – Recordings, Slides and Summary

UK User Meeting and Plantnetwork Plant Records Training Day at Mount Stuart House and Gardens On 3rd and 4th of May, in fantastic surroundings and magical weather, the Mount Stuart Trust kindly opened their doors to the IrisBG community and PlantNetwork members. The delegates at the IrisBG User Meeting consisted mainly of new users and …

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