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e-Monocot is a NERC funded consortium between Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Oxford University and the Natural History Museum.


Grant no's 279981, 279984 & 279970. Period, Nov./Dec. 2010 to Oct./Nov. 2013.




Odile Weber's blog

Our largest training workshop (in terms of different research communities) to date has been organised by the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) and hosted at Kirstenbosch on 9-11th of October 2012. Participants included researchers from South Africa, Ethiopia, Spain and the UK, working on various families: Sedges, Grasses, Hypoxidaceae, Asparagaceae subfamily Scilloideae and the Aloes, day lilies & grass trees family.

At the end of September 2011, the Biodiversity Synthesis Center (BioSynC) at the Field Museum in Chicago hosted a synthesis meeting for researchers working on Carex. They were joined by representatives from EOL and eMonocot.

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