Cursos Avançados cE3c 2018/2019

Natural History Collections and Biodiversity

MUHNAC, Lisboa
Natural History Collections and Biodiversity
cE3c

Natural history museums are privileged spaces for seminal research on different subjects of biological sciences such as biodiversity, evolution, ecology, biogeography and taxonomy. This crucial role is due to the fact that they represent biological diversity repositories becoming huge libraries of information on Earth living organisms. The long-term sampling through various decades renders tonatural history collections an historic perspective that allows reconstructing a “memory”, sometimes secular, of natural patterns and processes. This aspect gains particular relevance nowadays because of the increasing rate of species extinctions and biodiversity decrease.

This course aims:

  • To evidence the importance of natural history collections for the study of biodiversity;
  • To show new tools and approaches to extract and disseminate biodiversity data from natural history collections;
  • To increase awareness of young researchers for the scientific and cultural value of Natural History Museums.

Date: January 28th, 2019 to February 1st, 2019
Deadline for Applications: January 7th, 2019

Título do evento, sobre uma fotografia de Charles Darwin

E3 Talk, por Andy Gardner (University of St Andrews).

Título do Prémio, sobre fotografia da Praça do Comércio (Lisboa)

Candidaturas até 30 de janeiro de 2023.

Título do evento e fotografia do homenageado

O Pavilhão do Conhecimento celebra a vida e a extensa obra do reconhecido geólogo.

Título do evento, sobre uma composição de imagens relacionada com o cérebro humano e a área da saúde

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Título "M23 2023/24", inserido em fotografia de alunos da ULisboa

Um evento a decorrer online no dia 01 de fevereiro de 2023.

Lecture Course, por Herwig Hauser (Faculty of Mathematics, University of Vienna).

BioISI Research Seminar, por Margarida Gama-Carvalho (BioISI/Ciências ULisboa).

Lisbon Webinar in Analysis and Differential Equations, por Edgard Pimentel (Universidade de Coimbra).

Logótipo da ULisboa, sobre um fundo escuro e ondas sonoras

Submissão de propostas até 06 de fevereiro de 2023.

Título do evento, inserido em composição de imagens alusivas ao cérebro e a puzzles

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Este Workshop tem como objetivo dar a conhecer os Recursos Educacionais Abertos e como tirar proveito desse recurso.

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Reflexo do pôr-do-sol nas águas do rio Tejo

Call for Proposals: Multi-Year Projects and Events.

Fotografia da Praça do Comércio, em Lisboa

Candidaturas ao prémio (versões preliminares dos artigos) até 28 de fevereiro de 2023.

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A 19 de abril de 2023 celebra-se o 112.º aniversário da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa.

Logótipo do evento, sobre um fundo branco

This year our motto is "Reinventing Science, for yourself and others”.

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The course provides essential skills and knowledge that enable the participants to develop climate change adaptation strategies.

Logótipo do evento

The Symposium will gather the latest research on changes in marine connectivity under anthropogenic pressures.

The objective of this course is to provide participants with basic knowledge on a) the fundamental aspects of experimental design and b) workflows, platforms and tools to increase reproducibility at all scientific levels.

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