• 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
 
 
 
NEW IUCN/SSC GROUP WITH CIBIO-InBIO RESEARCHERS’ PARTICIPATION CALLS MEDIA ATTENTION
NEW IUCN/SSC GROUP WITH CIBIO-InBIO RESEARCHERS’ PARTICIPATION CALLS MEDIA ATTENTION
The creation of a new IUCN/SSC group focused on the conservation of Macaronesian endemic plants has been attracting media attention.
SEXUAL SELECTION: CHOOSING HIGH‐QUALITY MATES VERSUS AVOIDING LOW‐QUALITY MATES
SEXUAL SELECTION: CHOOSING HIGH‐QUALITY MATES VERSUS AVOIDING LOW‐QUALITY MATES
Study published by CIBIO-InBIO researchers, which reveals that sexual selection does not always promote the choice of high-quality mates, has been attracting media attention.
NEW SCIENCE CENTER IN ANGOLA SUPPORTED BY CIBIO-INBIO CALLS MEDIA ATTENTION
NEW SCIENCE CENTER IN ANGOLA SUPPORTED BY CIBIO-INBIO CALLS MEDIA ATTENTION
The participation of UNESCO Chair Life on Land on the development of the future Lubango Science and Technology Museum / Center has been attracting media attention.
CATARINA GINJA’S SPECIALIZED OPINION WAS HIGHLIGHTED BY THE GUARDIAN
CATARINA GINJA’S SPECIALIZED OPINION WAS HIGHLIGHTED BY THE GUARDIAN
CIBIO-InBIO researcher Catarina Ginja provided her opinion to an article published on The Guardian, about the importance of autochthonous cattle breeds to assure the species biodiversity.
ATLAS OF ANGOLA’S AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES LED BY A CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCHER CALLS MEDIA ATTENTION
ATLAS OF ANGOLA’S AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES LED BY A CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCHER CALLS MEDIA ATTENTION
The new atlas “Diversity and Distribution of the Amphibians and Terrestrial Reptiles of Angola”, led by CIBIO-InBIO researcher Mariana Marques, has been highlighted by Diário de Notícias.
IBERIAN WOLVES DO NOT LEAVE THE REGION WHERE THEY WERE BORN
IBERIAN WOLVES DO NOT LEAVE THE REGION WHERE THEY WERE BORN
Study led by CIBIO-InBIO researchers, which reveals low dispersal in Iberian wolves, has been attracting media attention.
CIBIO-InBIO RESEARCH ON DOMESTIC CATTLE ORIGINS IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA CALLS MEDIA ATTENTION
CIBIO-InBIO RESEARCH ON DOMESTIC CATTLE ORIGINS IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA CALLS MEDIA ATTENTION
The ARCHAIC project, led by CIBIO-InBIO researcher Catarina Ginja, who studies the processes that gave rise to the native domestic cattle of the Iberian Peninsula, has been highlighted by the media.
CIBIO-InBIO RESEARCH IN MINDELO WAS HIGHLIGHTED BY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
CIBIO-InBIO RESEARCH IN MINDELO WAS HIGHLIGHTED BY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
CIBIO-InBIO researchers are studying the amphibians of Litoral de Vila do Conde Protected Landscape and Mindelo Regional Ornithologic Reserve.
CIBIO-InBIO RESEARCH ON DOGS EVOLUTION CALLS MEDIA ATTENTION
CIBIO-InBIO RESEARCH ON DOGS EVOLUTION CALLS MEDIA ATTENTION
Research project, led by CIBIO-InBIO researcher Ana Elisabete Pires, on the Iberian and the Maghreb Dog has been highlighted by the media.
MARIA JOANA FERREIRA DA SILVA WAS INTERVIEWED ON RTP NEWS
MARIA JOANA FERREIRA DA SILVA WAS INTERVIEWED ON RTP NEWS
CIBIO-InBIO researcher talked about your current work in Parque Nacional da Gorongosa (Mozambique).