HUMANS AND PURPLE SWAMPHENS – A VOYAGE THROUGH TIME
Study coordinated by CIBIO-InBIO researcher, which unveils the historical relation between Man and the purple swamphen has been highlighted by the national media
SEARCHING FOR NEW ENDEMIC SPECIES @ BIOSFERA
In an interview to RTP2’s program “BIOSFERA”, Sérgio Ávila talked about several endemic species that can be found in the Azores archipelago
CHANGES IN TROPHIC WEBS CAUSED BY NEW VARIANT OF EMERGENT VIRUS
New study coordinated by CIBIO-InBIO researchers that shows that the new variant of the Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV2) may bare a very relevant indirect interference with the survival of two already endangered predator populations has been attracting the attention of the national media
ALIENSWATCH AND FUTURO PROJECT FIGHT AGAINST ALIEN SPECIES
The AliensWatch group and the Futuro project have joined forces in order to eradicate the alien species Baccharis spicata, which has attracted the attention of the national media.
MARTIM MELO AND RICARDO JORGE LOPES, THE ORNITHOLOGISTS, AT RADIO PROGRAM PONTO DE PARTIDA
The two CIBIO-InBIO researchers were interviewed for Antena 1‘s radio program “Ponto de Partida”, giving a glimpse of their work on bird species.
HEPATITIS C-LIKE VIRUSES ARE PRODUCED FROM RABBIT AND HARE DNA
Study co-authored by CIBIO-InBIO researchers which describes an innovative model for the generation of Hepatitis C- like viruses has attracted the attention of the national media.
RICARDO LOPES TALKS ABOUT THE BIRDS OF PORTO AT “RADIO NOVA”
In an interview for the radio programme “Ciência ao Ouvido”, CIBIO-InBIO researcher Ricardo Jorge Lopes talked about seagulls and pigeons, two very popular inhabitants of Porto.
BENEFITS OF SOCIALITY AMONGST SOCIABLE WEAVERS IN THE SPOTLIGHT AT SCIENCENEWS
Study co-authored by CIBIO-InBIO researcher Rita Covas which reports the benefits of sociality of sociable weavers during the non-breeding season called the attention of ScienceNews Magazine
STUDY ON DYNAMICS OF MEDITERRANEAN OAK FORESTS HIGHLIGHTED BY THE EUROPEAN FOREST INSTITUTE
Study co-authored by CIBIO-InBIO researcher Francisco Moreira focused on the responses of Mediterranean oak forests under climate change has called attention of the European Forest Institute
CÉSAR CAPINHA AND PAULO FARINHA MARQUES INTERVIEWED ON THE RADIO PROGRAM PONTO DE PARTIDA
In an interview to Antena 1’s program “Ponto de Partida”, the two CIBIO-InBIO researchers talked about native and invasive species.