• Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources

    InBIO Associate Laboratory

    Research Center in  Biodiversity and Genetic Resources
  • Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources

    InBIO Associate Laboratory

    Research Center in  Biodiversity and Genetic Resources
  • Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources

    InBIO Associate Laboratory

    Research Center in  Biodiversity and Genetic Resources
  • Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources

    InBIO Associate Laboratory

    Research Center in  Biodiversity and Genetic Resources
 
 
 
PORTUGUESE TEAM INTEGRATES A GLOBAL INITIATIVE TO STUDY BIODIVERSITY THROUGH DNA
PORTUGUESE TEAM INTEGRATES A GLOBAL INITIATIVE TO STUDY BIODIVERSITY THROUGH DNA
Participation of CIBIO-InBIO researchers in the Global Malaise Program has been attracting media attention.
RESEARCH IDENTIFIES AREAS WHERE EVOLUTION COULD RESCUE THREATENED ANIMALS
RESEARCH IDENTIFIES AREAS WHERE EVOLUTION COULD RESCUE THREATENED ANIMALS
Study co-authored by CIBIO-InBIO researchers, which reveals areas where preservation is essential to conserve some species threatened by climate change, has been attracting media attention.
CATARINA GINJA’S BOOK WAS HIGHLIGHTED BY TIME OUT PORTO
CATARINA GINJA’S BOOK WAS HIGHLIGHTED BY TIME OUT PORTO
The book "Esses Ossos", curated by the CIBIO-InBIO’s researcher Catarina Ginja has been attracting media attention.
HUMAN-MODIFIED LANDSCAPES REDUCE THE MOVEMENTS OF TERRESTRIAL MAMMALS
HUMAN-MODIFIED LANDSCAPES REDUCE THE MOVEMENTS OF TERRESTRIAL MAMMALS
Study co-authored by a CIBIO-InBIO researcher, which demonstrates that mammals move less in human-modified landscape, has been attracting media attention.
THE NATIONAL POPULATION OF LITTLE BUSTARD HAS BEEN HALVED IN THE LAST 10 YEARS
THE NATIONAL POPULATION OF LITTLE BUSTARD HAS BEEN HALVED IN THE LAST 10 YEARS
Study authored by CIBIO-InBIO researchers, which demonstrates that Portuguese Natura 2000 is not being effective in the conservation of a priority farmland bird, has been attracting media attention.
JOÃO PAULO SILVA WAS INTERVIEWED ON RDP ÁFRICA’S RADIO PROGRAM “GERAÇÃO DIGITAL”
JOÃO PAULO SILVA WAS INTERVIEWED ON RDP ÁFRICA’S RADIO PROGRAM “GERAÇÃO DIGITAL”
CIBIO-InBIO researcher talked about innovative tracking devices capable of monitoring wildlife, developed by Movetech Telemetry.
 PHOTO TAKEN AT CIBIO-INBIO INTEGRATES THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC'S EXHIBIT “PHOTO ARK”
PHOTO TAKEN AT CIBIO-INBIO INTEGRATES THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC'S EXHIBIT “PHOTO ARK”
National Geographic's Photo Ark exhibit at the Hall of Biodiversity – Ciência Viva Center has been attracting media attention.
UNESCO CHAIR “LIFE ON LAND” AWARDED TO UNIVERSITY OF PORTO
UNESCO CHAIR “LIFE ON LAND” AWARDED TO UNIVERSITY OF PORTO
CIBIO-InBIO Director, Nuno Ferrand, will be the holder of the first Unesco chair attributed to University of Porto (U.Porto).
EVOLUTION AND THE SHELL OF GALÁPAGOS GIANT TORTOISES
EVOLUTION AND THE SHELL OF GALÁPAGOS GIANT TORTOISES
Study co-authored by a CIBIO-InBIO researcher, which demonstrates the differences in self-righting potential between domed and saddleback Galápagos giant tortoises has been at-tracting media attention.
GLOBAL TRADE IN WILD BRIDS
GLOBAL TRADE IN WILD BRIDS
Study authored by CIBIO-InBIO researchers, which demonstrates how the European Union (EU) trade ban decreased the number of birds traded annually has been attracting media attention