See the recording of an expert panel discussion about Covid-19 impacts on research.
Baiba Pruse (research fellow from Ca'Foscari University of Venice, Italy - part of the DiGe project team) shares views on citizen science and ethnobotany in this recorded interview.
An interview with Dr. Nokwanda (Nox) Makunga, Professor of Biotechnology at Stellenbosch University. Nox works on the identification of molecular and genetic regulation of the secondary metabolism in medicinal plants.
Call for PhDs, Post-Docs, Master students: A study proposal under the subject of Plant Conservation Research question: What impact citizen science projects conducted by botanic gardens across Europe had on conserving threatened plants?
We all have held them and read them, yet so few of us have written them or even know about the process behind them. We are talking books. Though journal articles are the primary methods of sharing research, books play a crucial role in our society and in the ways in which knowledge is spread,... Continue Reading →
EVENT: Plant Food-Medicines Perceptions, Traditional Uses and Health Benefits of Food Botanicals, Mushrooms, and Herbal Teas. DATE: Wednesday 24th February 2021 10.30-12.30 CET & Thursday 25th February 2021 10.30-17.00 CET On behalf of Prof. Renata Sõukand and Prof. Andrea Pieroni, the ERC-StG-2016 DiGe team and members of COST Action ConservePlants Working Group 4 (CA18201) we welcome... Continue Reading →
An interview with Dr Priscilla Wehi, an interdisciplinary conservation researcher at Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research and Director of Te Pūnaha Matatini Centre of Excellence for Complex Systems – Dunedin. and soon to join the Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago in early 2020.