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A video abstract for the Kruger Malaise Program publication
Researchers in Ghana along with Target Malaria, the University of Oxford and the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics work to uncover the role of the Anopheles gambiae mosquito.
Pioneer field biologist, entomologist, and mentor, Terry Erwin passes away at age 79
The opportunities and challenges of working in the Arctic as part of the Arctic BIOSCAN project
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The iBOL consortium involves scientists and research organizations in 30+ nations. It is developing and employing the DNA-based identification systems required to deliver a detailed understanding of global biodiversity by working in partnership with academic, government, and private sector organizations.
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HOW BIOSCAN IS INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION OF RESEARCHERS
by Michelle Lynn D'Souza
“They were enlightened by the idea of discovering new species and by the possibility of doing so using DNA barcoding tools.”
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