• 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
 
 
 
CIBIO-InBIO’s SCIENTIFIC COORDINATOR TAKES PART ON THE FIRST CONFERENCE CELEBRATING PROFESSOR MARIANO GAGO’S LEGACY
CIBIO-InBIO’s SCIENTIFIC COORDINATOR TAKES PART ON THE FIRST CONFERENCE CELEBRATING PROFESSOR MARIANO GAGO’S LEGACY
Framed within the scope of the Conference “Streams of knowledge” | “Caminhos do Conhecimento”, Professor Nuno Ferrand will talk, first hand, about scientists and scientific culture.
SCVZ DESERTAS FUND ANNOUNCES RESEARCH GRANTS
SCVZ DESERTAS FUND ANNOUNCES RESEARCH GRANTS
The fellowships will be funded by the profits raised from the sales of the book “História Natural das Ilhas Desertas – Santa Luzia, Branco e Raso”, edited with the support of CIBIO-InBIO.
ANAMARIJA ŽAGAR DISTINGUISHED WITH THE L’ORÉAL-UNESCO FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL AWARD IN SLOVENIA
ANAMARIJA ŽAGAR DISTINGUISHED WITH THE L’ORÉAL-UNESCO FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL AWARD IN SLOVENIA
The PhD student was one of the three distinguished awardees in the ceremony which took place on February 10 in Slovenia.
OUTCOMES OF THE PROJECT SOS RABBIT DISCUSSED IN THIS YEAR’S EDITION OF FEIRA DA CAÇA, IN MÉRTOLA
OUTCOMES OF THE PROJECT SOS RABBIT DISCUSSED IN THIS YEAR’S EDITION OF FEIRA DA CAÇA, IN MÉRTOLA
CIBIO-InBIO researchers presented and discussed some findings and implications of this project in a conference which took place on October 17, 2015
ICCB-ECCB STUDENT AWARDS COMPETITION
ICCB-ECCB STUDENT AWARDS COMPETITION
Two PhD students at FCUP and CIBIO-InBIO were among the twelve selected candidates from a pool of more than 700 applicants who competed for the chance to win Best Student Talk at ICCB-ECCB in Montpellier, France.
RAQUEL VASCONCELOS GIVES EXPERT VIEW ON THE EXTINCTION OF CAPE VERDE’S GIANT SKINK
RAQUEL VASCONCELOS GIVES EXPERT VIEW ON THE EXTINCTION OF CAPE VERDE’S GIANT SKINK
The researcher’s review is part of the arts exhibition VANITY, by Joseph Gregory Rossano and is included in its catalogue.
THE WORK OF AN INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH TEAM COORDINATED BY PAULO CÉLIO ALVES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR APPROACHES TO DETECT INTROGRESSION BETWEEN DOMESTIC CATS AND EUROPEAN WILDCATS HAS MADE THE COVER OF THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL HEREDITY
THE WORK OF AN INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH TEAM COORDINATED BY PAULO CÉLIO ALVES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOLECULAR APPROACHES TO DETECT INTROGRESSION BETWEEN DOMESTIC CATS AND EUROPEAN WILDCATS HAS MADE THE COVER OF THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL HEREDITY
Read the latest issue of the journal to know more about this study.
GENOMIC DATA PROVIDE EVIDENCE THAT AFRICAN AND EURASIAN GOLDEN JACKALS ARE DISTINCT SPECIES
GENOMIC DATA PROVIDE EVIDENCE THAT AFRICAN AND EURASIAN GOLDEN JACKALS ARE DISTINCT SPECIES
A new study recently published by Current Biology reveals that African and Eurasian golden jackals are two separate species and that first is actually more related to the gray wolf.
THE WORK OF RAQUEL VASCONCELOS ON THE CONSERVATION OF THE DRAGON BLOOD TREE’S GECKO HAS BEEN HIGHLIGHTED IN THE 2014 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE MOHAMED BIN ZAYED SPECIES CONSERVATION FUND
THE WORK OF RAQUEL VASCONCELOS ON THE CONSERVATION OF THE DRAGON BLOOD TREE’S GECKO HAS BEEN HIGHLIGHTED IN THE 2014 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE MOHAMED BIN ZAYED SPECIES CONSERVATION FUND
Find out more about the aspects that drive the researcher's motivations towards conservation and research, by reading the interview which open the document.
120 PARTICIPANTS FROM 12 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES ATTENDED THE XX CRYPTOGAMIC BOTANY SYMPOSIUM
120 PARTICIPANTS FROM 12 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES ATTENDED THE XX CRYPTOGAMIC BOTANY SYMPOSIUM
Around 50% of these participants were university students