FLO-RE-S network set up a Flower Morphology Course where graduate and undergraduate students of biological sciences convened in a field station to focus and do research in flower morphology.
This first version of the course took place between 5-12 October 2018 in the Chilean National Reserve Río Clarillo (CONAF) encompassed in the Mediterranean ecosystem near Santiago. The course was conceived as an intensive six-day program including both theoretical and practical approaches to floral morphology and development. Own research projects were carried by the sixteen participants and presented in a closing seminar at the Universidad de Chile. More info in the Chilean partner site of Laboratorio Flores (Spanish only).