“In Adelaide –The Fourth International Barcode of Life Conference”


Welcome to the first in our series of ‘In Adelaide’ Blog posts.

It has been announced that the Fourth International Barcode of Life Conference will be held in Adelaide, Australia in 2011. If you’ve been to the conference before in Mexico , Taiwan or London, then you’ll know these conferences always include an outstanding scientific program and speakers who are considered experts in their fields – a barcoding conference not to be passed up!

Photo by Obskura (Flickr)

Some of you may be thinking, Adelaide…where on earth? Well to help you make your decision of whether to make the trip Down Under, and to provide you with lots of exciting tips of what there is to see and do while you are here for the conference, we will be putting together a series of “In Adelaide” blog posts. These posts will provide you with everything you need to know about Adelaide, including; all the local attractions, where to get a great meal, where to experience the rich arts and culture the city has to offer, where to do all the best shopping and where to go to experience the fantastic beaches, marinas, vineyards and conservation parks which are all so close to the heart of the city. Best of all – this information will be coming straight from the locals!

If you have any questions feel free to post them on the blog as comments and the friendly hosts at The University of Adelaide will do their very best to answer them for you.

Stay tuned for the first post in this series – which will introduce you to the beautiful host city of Adelaide!

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