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
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
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
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
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
Around 50% of these participants were university students
A NEW GREEN SPACE IS BORN IN THE HEART OF PORTO: QUINTA DE LAMAS PARK
The landscape project for a new urban park located at the University of Porto’s pole in Asprela was coordinated by CIBIO-InBIO researcher Paulo Farinha Marques
THE WORK OF JOÃO MESSIAS, MARTA SOARES AND COLLEAGUES ON THE ROLE OF SEROTONIN IN THE MODULATION OF COOPERATIVE BEHAVIOR HAS MADE THE COVER OF THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
Read the latest issue of the journal to know about this study.
KEEPING THEIR COLOUR BRIGHT: PLUMAGE MAINTENANCE BEHAVIOUR IN EUROPEAN SERINS
CIBIO-InBIO researchers demonstrate that colourful male European Serins are more careful with their plumage than their colourless counterparts
FIRST NATIONAL MEETING ON RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT OF BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS
Organized by the AliensWatch work group, coordinated by CIBIO-InBIO researcher Joana Vicente, this event took place on June 3, 2015 at CIBIO-InBIO in Vairão.