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18th meeting of the African Amphibian Working Group

2019-11-01T07:53:38-05:00November 1st, 2019|Amphibian Survival Alliance, Events, Latest News|

At the beginning of October, the Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA) attended the meeting of the African Amphibian Working Group in George, South Africa. It was an incredible and vibrant event, gathering almost 40 researchers from several African and European countries. ASA was represented by its Communications and Partnership Officer, Luis […]

ASA Partner Chester Zoo is hiring: Keeper – Lower Vertebrates and Invertebrates

2019-10-29T08:32:28-05:00October 29th, 2019|Partner Updates|

Reference: OCT20191772
Expiry date: 23:59, 04 November 2019
Location: Chester
Salary: £21,356.63 Per Annum
Benefits: Excellent benefits package

Keeper – Lower Vertebrates & Invertebrates

Permanent – 40 hours per week

We are Chester Zoo, and for over 80 years we’ve been a leading conservation and education charity, and an amazing, award-winning visitor attraction.

We’re also a team of […]

New Funding Opportunity for Species Discovery – Deadline Jan 15 2020

2019-10-25T12:58:45-05:00October 25th, 2019|Latest News|

Millions of organisms on the planet have not yet been catalogued, impairing our ability to responsibly manage and conserve the planet’s resources. National Geographic, in an attempt to fill some of these gaps, has launched three new grant opportunities around Species Discovery: Biodiversity Exploration and Discovery, Citizen Science […]

Call for questions – Bend the curve for freshwater biodiversity

2019-10-25T12:47:39-05:00October 25th, 2019|Latest News|

What are the most significant and pressing freshwater biodiversity research questions that, if answered, would improve our ability to understand the state of freshwater biodiversity and improve its management and restoration, now and in the future?

On behalf of the Alliance for Freshwater Life, a research team of University of Ottawa […]

Lee Skerratt: Saving species with a 2019 ARC Future Fellowship

2019-10-23T10:28:18-05:00October 23rd, 2019|Partner Updates|

Associate Professor Lee Skerratt has been awarded a 2019 Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowship that will aid his biotechnology research into disease immunity. The research aims to save dwindling frog populations while proving the value of synthetic biology in restoring threatened wildlife populations.

The fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis invades and eats […]