A blogpost by Yu Bai about her fieldwork at the Shexian Dryland Stone Terraces System
An interview with Rainer W Bussmann, Professor and Head of the Department of Ethnobotany at the Institute of Botany, Ilia State University, Georgia and co-director of Saving Knowledge. Previously director of William L. Brown Center at Missouri Botanical Garden. Past president of SEB. His work focuses on ethnobotanical research and the preservation of traditional knowledge, in the Andes, the Caucasus, and the Himalayas.
An interview with Renata Sõukand, Associate Professor of ethnobotany at the Università Ca' Foscari Venezia.
An Interview with Professor at the College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Minzu University of China. Chunlin works in the areas of Ethnobotany, Ethnoecology, Ethnopharmacology, Plant Genetic Resources, Phytochemistry, Plant Taxonomy, and Biodiversity.
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?
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