COST Action Genomic Biodiversity Knowledge for Resilient Ecosystems (G-BiKE)
Newly funded research network links scientists and practitioners across the EU and beyond, to highlight the importance of genetic and genomic tools in biodiversity conservation.
On the 8 of March 2019, COST Action Genomic Biodiversity Knowledge for Resilient Ecosystems (G-BiKE) ran its first meeting in Brussels at COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology), with representatives from 31 countries backing the initiative.
The Network will organise networking and training opportunities, provide best practice protocols for monitoring genetic diversity, and an online forum on emerging tools.
The outcome of this research and results will be disseminated and shared with the public at Natura 2000 sites, botanic gardens and zoos as well as the scientific community.
For more information please contact: Nevena Velickovic, the Action Scientific Communication Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
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This article is an excerpt from News at Cardiff University.