Tag: biodiversity

Behavior in the presence of bison

Behavior in the presence of bison

European bison are back home, in the Carptahian Mountains after 200 years of absence. Having the bison return into the wild increases biodiversity and keeps the environment healthy. Having the bison return into the wild increases biodiversity and…

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Stanback Fellowship at National Wildlife Refuge Association

Stanback Fellowship at National Wildlife Refuge Association

(quiet piano music) – I’m Bhargavi Karumuri and I’m studying Ecosystem Science and Conservation at the Nicholas School of Environment. I’m actually interning at the National Wildlife Refuge Association which is a national nonprofit that works directly with…

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The History of DNA Barcoding

The History of DNA Barcoding

DNA barcoding really started in two thousand three and it started with Canadian scientist Paul Hebert at University of Guelph, wrote a paper saying that we could use short DNA sequences from a certain region, a standardized region…

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CABANA – Capacity building for bioinformatics in Latin America

CABANA – Capacity building for bioinformatics in Latin America

I’m really, really grateful for the opportunity to come and talk to you today The reason why I’m here really is that over the last two or three decades there’s been a revolution in biological data in the…

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