• 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
 
 
 
A NEW SPECIES OF MOTH DISCOVERED IN PORTUGAL
A NEW SPECIES OF MOTH DISCOVERED IN PORTUGAL
The description of a new species of moth from Portugal by CIBIO-InBIO researchers has featured widely in the media.
GENE REQUIRED FOR JUMPING IS IDENTIFIED IN RABBITS
GENE REQUIRED FOR JUMPING IS IDENTIFIED IN RABBITS
A new study co-led by Miguel Carneiro, which demonstrates that a functional RORB gene is necessary for rabbits to perform their characteristic jumping gait, has featured widely in the websites of prestigious scientific journals and international media.
A NEW SPECIES OF BAT IN PORTUGAL
A NEW SPECIES OF BAT IN PORTUGAL
Discovery of a new species of bat for Portugal by CIBIO-InBIO researchers is featured in a variety of media.
RESEARCHERS BUILD FIRST AI TOOL CAPABLE OF IDENTIFYING INDIVIDUAL BIRDS
RESEARCHERS BUILD FIRST AI TOOL CAPABLE OF IDENTIFYING INDIVIDUAL BIRDS
An article in which an international team, including CIBIO-InBIO researchers, present a method capable of identifying individual birds has featured greatly in national and international media.
CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCH IS ON THE COVER OF SCIENCE MAGAZINE
CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCH IS ON THE COVER OF SCIENCE MAGAZINE
For the first time a study led by CIBIO-InBIO researchers is on the cover of Science magazine and has featured greatly in the media.
ADENOVIRUS FOUND IN RED SQUIRREL IN PORTUGAL GAINS MEDIA ATTENTION
ADENOVIRUS FOUND IN RED SQUIRREL IN PORTUGAL GAINS MEDIA ATTENTION
Study led by CIBIO-InBIO researchers identifies an adenovirus that may be lethal for squirrels in Portugal.
RUI SEABRA WINS FLAD SCIENCE AWARD ATLANTIC 2020
RUI SEABRA WINS FLAD SCIENCE AWARD ATLANTIC 2020
CIBIO-InBIO researcher Rui Seabra won the 1st edition for FLAD's Science Award Atlantic with the project CCTBON – North Atlantic Coupled Coastal Temperature and Biodiversity Observation Network.
HOW MANY SPECIES OF BIRDS CAN EXIST ON AN ISLAND?
HOW MANY SPECIES OF BIRDS CAN EXIST ON AN ISLAND?
CIBIO-InBIO researcher, Martim Melo, participated in the team that led the first empirical demonstration of the well-known Theory of Island Biogeography.
CIBIO-InBIO RESEARCHER NUNO FONSECA CONTRIBUTES TO THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF CANCER GENOMES
CIBIO-InBIO RESEARCHER NUNO FONSECA CONTRIBUTES TO THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF CANCER GENOMES
This study provides the most complete picture to date of cancer-causing mutations in all parts of the genome, indicating new directions for developing diagnostics and treatments.
THE EVOLUTION OF SCIENCE IN PORTUGAL
THE EVOLUTION OF SCIENCE IN PORTUGAL
The study coordinated by CIBIO-InBIO´s director Nuno Ferrand, describing the evolution of Science in Portugal calls media attention