Environmental DNA provides a non-invasive and simple means of biomonitoring
Catalog all of Earth’s multicellular lifeforms—tens of millions of species—in one giant DNA library.
The Norwegian Research School on Biosystematics (ForBio) and the Swedish Taxonomy Initiative (STI) organized a DNA barcoding course welcoming 16 university students from 10 nations to the scenic outer coastline of Central Norway.
Metabarcoding increases the taxonomic resolution and geographic scale at which researchers can assess the impacts of climate change on insect communities in forests
Researchers unlock clues about vertebrate diversity by examining arthropod samples
Costa Rica’s newly started ten-year goal called BioAlfa is DNA barcoding an entire tropical country
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