Register for the first ever Species360 Conservation Science Alliance Research Symposium

Species360 is pleased to announce that registration for its inaugural Conservation Science Alliance Research Symposium on 14 August 2024 is now open. The free, online event will showcase the latest research using data from the Species360 Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS). Join us to learn more about some of the many, wonderful ways researchers are leveraging aggregated and anonymized ZIMS data to unlock new insights about the animal kingdom.

The two-hour webinar will provide an opportunity for researchers and professionals from the zoo, aquarium, and conservation community to present and discuss their findings and results derived from the utilization of ZIMS data. This initiative is designed to foster a collaborative and insightful session for knowledge sharing while demonstrating the remarkable capabilities and impact of data-driven research.


When: 14 August 2024

Time: 4pm CET / 9am CDT (Check the time in your region here)



To learn more about how to access aggregated ZIMS data for research, please take a look at our Research Request Guidelines, and our Species360 Insights subscription.

About the Species360 Conservation Science Alliance:

The Species360 Conservation Science Alliance (CSA) is an open and collaborative network of professionals that conduct research or projects that benefit the zoo, aquarium, botanical, and conservation community.

The common thread connecting this vast network is the data found in the Species360 Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS) and botanical software Hortis. The CSA aims to leverage the vast wealth of data in ZIMS to further our understanding and knowledge of plant and animal species.

The Alliance provides a platform for community experts to share knowledge, requests and resources, all with the aim of furthering knowledge on species.



Thank you!

We thank our sponsoring partners: Toronto Zoo, Mandai Wildlife Group, Odense Zoo, University of Southern Denmark, and the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). We could not achieve success without your partnership.


Conservation Science Alliance needs your support

Our work would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsoring partners, which helps to fund researchers and data analysts conducting this important work.