From May 5 to 7, the Ibero-American Geometric Morphometry Congress is held virtually from Chile. International activity organized by the Catholic University of Maule (UCM) that became the largest scientific activity in the field at the Latin American level, with the enrollment of more than 700 listeners and 33 exhibitors, from 29 countries.
Geometric Morphometry is a recent research tool, focused on studying how different factors such as climate, the nutrition of a species, climatic aspects or its evolutionary patterns could modify morphology, being this tool capable of detecting morphological changes that are imperceptible to the human eye, but which can be quantified and visualized thanks to mathematical-geometric patterns. A line of research that combines mathematics, biology and other sciences, which has been attracting the attention of scientists around the world. Thus, the congress will be held online, with the participation of 33 exhibitors and 3 speakers from the best in the world in the area.
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