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All spider species endemic to Madeira and Selvagens are now assessed for extinction risk by the IUCN SSC Spider & Scorpion Specialist Group

All spider species endemic to Madeira and Selvagens are now assessed for extinction risk by the IUCN SSC Spider & Scorpion Specialist Group

All spider species endemic to Madeira and Selvagens are now assessed for extinction risk by the IUCN SSC Spider & Scorpion Specialist(...)

All native forest adapted beetle species endemic to Azores are now assessed for extinction risk by the IUCN SSC MID-ATLANTIC ISLAND INVERTEBRATES SPECIALIST GROUP

All native forest adapted beetle species endemic to Azores are now assessed for extinction risk by the IUCN SSC MID-ATLANTIC ISLAND INVERTEBRATES SPECIALIST GROUP

All forest adapted beetle species endemic to Azores are now assessed for extinction risk by the IUCN SSC MID-ATLANTIC ISLAND INVERTEBRATES SPECIALIST(...)

Concurso Fala Ciência? Comunicar Ciência nos Açores, edição 2017

Concurso Fala Ciência? Comunicar Ciência nos Açores, edição 2017

Concorra com uma comunicação de 3 minutos sobre qualquer tema de ciência e habilite-se a diversos prémios, ou venha apenas assistir a esta festa(...)

Important contribution of Azorean Biodiversity members to the volume 34 of the "Arquipelago - Life and Marine Sciences"

Important contribution of Azorean Biodiversity members to the volume 34 of the "Arquipelago - Life and Marine Sciences" journal

The most recent volume of the annual Journal "Arquipelago - Life and Marine Sciences", Volume 34, had an important contribution from the Azorean(...)

Discovering the world of ladybugs: John Losey interviewed for cE3c

Discovering the world of ladybugs: John Losey interviewed for cE3c

1/09/2017. Interview by Marta Daniela Santos. On the right: Seven-spot Ladybug (Coccinella septempunctata), by Rod Haley. When we think of ladybugs,(...)

PhD Merit Award cE3c 2016: Interview with Thomas Matthews

PhD Merit Award cE3c 2016: Interview with Thomas Matthews

28/07/2017. Interview by Marta Daniela Santos. We continue to remember the cE3c members distinguished in the cE3c Annual Meeting 2016; and this(...)

New species of Pyrrhula described for Graciosa Island

New species of Pyrrhula described for Graciosa Island

A new species of extinct bullfinch, Pyrrhula crassa n. sp., is described from bones found in a small cave situated at Caldeira, Graciosa Island, on(...)

PhD Merit Awards 2017 cE3c: Entrevista a Paula Matos

Post-Doc Merit Awards 2017 cE3c: Entrevista a Artur Gil

23/06/2017. Entrevista por Marta Daniela Santos. É com o investigador cE3c Artur Gil, dos grupos de investigação IERS e IBBC, que damos início a(...)

Azorean arthropods are used as models to test the influence of dispersal on SADs

Azorean arthropods are used as models to test the influence of dispersal on SADs

Species abundance distributions (SAD) are central to the description of diversity and have played a major role in the development of theories of(...)

Position Open for a Grant Student within MACDIV project

Position Open for a Grant Student within MACDIV project

Cargo/posição/bolsa: Bolsa de Investigação (BI) Referência: PTDC/BIABIC/0054/2014 Área científica genérica: Biological sciences Área(...)

Artur Gil is The Most Productive Post-Doc Researcher 2016

Artur Gil is The Most Productive Post-Doc Researcher from cE3c in 2017

Artur Gil, is a Portuguese researcher specialized in Remote Sensing and Environmental Management. He received in(...)

Monicet

Cetacean monitoring with the support of tourism activity - Whale Watching

It was news in the newspaper "Correio dos Açores", on the last 18th of May the Monicet project - The whale watching companies and the public at the(...)

Study led by Rui B. Elias (cE3c/GBA) distinguished with the Editors’ Award 2016 of the scientific journal Phytocoenologia

Study led by Rui B. Elias (cE3c/GBA) distinguished with the Editors’ Award 2016 of the scientific journal Phytocoenologia

The study Natural zonal vegetation of the Azores Islands: characterization and potential distribution (*), led by Rui B. Elias (cE3c/Azorean(...)

Investigadores cE3c coordenam  estudo sobre o futuro da investigação em Biologia de Ilhas

Investigadores cE3c coordenam estudo sobre o futuro da investigação em Biologia de Ilhas

7/04/2017. Texto de Marta Daniela Santos. Fotografia de Paulo Borges. Quais devem ser as prioridades na investigação em Biologia de Ilhas? Uma(...)

Four new species for science of beetles for Azores

Four new species for science of beetles for Azores

Four new species of beetles were described by researchers from Azorean Biodiversity Group (cE3c). Recent findings based on molecular data support the(...)

One new Post-Doc research fellowship is open for Azorean Biodiversity Group (cE3c)

One new Post-Doc research fellowship in Project MACDIV is open for Azorean Biodiversity Group (cE3c)

Fundação Gaspar Frutuoso, opens a Postdoctoral Fellowship (BPD), in the research area of Biodiversity – Ecological Modelling to work in the(...)

New study reveals that pollinating insects on Terceira Island (Azores) have adapted to habitats created by human activity

New study reveals that pollinating insects on Terceira Island (Azores) have adapted to habitats created by human activity

A study now published, by researchers of cE3c – Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes and the Azorean Biodiversity Group (GBA),(...)

The 2016 Report of Azorean Biodiversity Group is alreardy available

The 2016 Report of Azorean Biodiversity Group is already available

The 2016 scientific report of Azorean Biodiversity Group (cE3c) is already available. It has been another successful and busy year with a number of(...)

Book "What can we learn from islands? The perspectives of eight researchers"

Book "What can we learn from islands? The perspectives of eight researchers"

Is now available for free download the book "What can we learn from islands? The perspectives of eight researchers"   The book What can we learn(...)

New Updated list of Bees from Azores

New Updated list of Bees from Azores

Two researchers from Azorean Biodiversity Group participated in a Study that list the 18 species of wild bees plus the domesticated honeybee from the(...)