• 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
 
 
 
CONSTITUTION OF THE MÉRTOLA BIOLOGICAL STATION ASSOCIATION (EBM)
CONSTITUTION OF THE MÉRTOLA BIOLOGICAL STATION ASSOCIATION (EBM)
On 18th June, the Mértola Biological Station Association (EBM) was founded, a non-profit entity that will be responsible for the future management of the Mértola Biological Station.
CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCHER PARTICIPATES IN A STUDY PUBLISHED IN NATURE
CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCHER PARTICIPATES IN A STUDY PUBLISHED IN NATURE
CIBIO-InBIO researcher Luis P. da Silva is one of the co-authors of the study "Limited potential for bird migration to disperse plants to cooler latitudes" published in the journal Nature.
A REVIEW ARTICLE ON THE GENOMICS OF MAMMALIAN ADAPTATION TO DESERTS HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN THE LATEST ISSUE OF TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
A REVIEW ARTICLE ON THE GENOMICS OF MAMMALIAN ADAPTATION TO DESERTS HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN THE LATEST ISSUE OF TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
CIBIO-InBIO researchers Joana Rocha, Raquel Godinho and José Carlos Brito, together with Rasmus Nielsen from UC Berkeley, published a review of the literature regarding the genes potentially involved in mammalian adaptation to desert environments, and the methods used to detect signals of this adaptation.
CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCH IS ON THE COVER OF THE FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCH IS ON THE COVER OF THE FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
The journal has given great attention to the recent article co-authored by CIBIO-InBIO researchers
A NEW PAPER BY RESEARCHERS FROM CIBIO-InBIO UNVEILS THE GENETIC BASIS OF EYE COLOUR VARIATION IN PIGEONS
A NEW PAPER BY RESEARCHERS FROM CIBIO-InBIO UNVEILS THE GENETIC BASIS OF EYE COLOUR VARIATION IN PIGEONS
A study led by researchers from the EVOLGEN group provides the first description of a gene involved with eye pigmentation in birds and presents evidence for a developmental link between the iris of birds and the skin of ectothermic vertebrates
REN BIODIVERSITY CHAIR LAUNCHES MANUAL TO MONITOR THE IMPACT OF POWER TRANSMISSION LINES ON BIODIVERSITY
REN BIODIVERSITY CHAIR LAUNCHES MANUAL TO MONITOR THE IMPACT OF POWER TRANSMISSION LINES ON BIODIVERSITY
The REN Biodiversity Chair has developed a manual establishing appropriate practices to monitor the impacts of power lines on bird life and assess the measures used to minimise them.
The BIOPOLIS Project is highlighted in the last newsletter of the University of Montpellier
The BIOPOLIS Project is highlighted in the last newsletter of the University of Montpellier
The BIOPOLIS project is featured in an article published in the newsletter of the University of Montpellier
CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCHER MIGUEL CARNEIRO IS AWARDED AN ERC CONSOLIDATOR GRANT
CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCHER MIGUEL CARNEIRO IS AWARDED AN ERC CONSOLIDATOR GRANT
Miguel Carneiro is one of few Portuguese researchers to have won the prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant, designed to support excellent researchers to pursue frontier research.
MINISTER OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND HIGHER EDUCATION VISITS CIBIO-InBIO
MINISTER OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND HIGHER EDUCATION VISITS CIBIO-InBIO
On May 07, Manuel Heitor, Portuguese Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, visited CIBIO-InBIO to know the future facilities of the BIOPOLIS Association.
CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCHERS DISCOVER THE FIRST SENSOR FOR MICRONUTRIENTS IN PLANTS
CIBIO-INBIO RESEARCHERS DISCOVER THE FIRST SENSOR FOR MICRONUTRIENTS IN PLANTS
A study published in the prestigious journal Nature Plants reveals the discovery of a mechanism to control plant zinc status.