Announcements

Webinar Series – Immunology of Helminth Infections

The Institute of Biology and would like to invite you to a webinar entitled “Immunology of Helminth Infections” by Dr. Helena Eva Helmby to be held on September 30, 2022 12:00 NN -1:30 PM Philippine Standard Time.

Please click on this post to register for this webinar.

2022 IB RECOGNITION PROGRAM

The Institute of Biology will be holding a Recognition Program for its 2022 Graduates.

For more details about the event, click on this post.

JOB OPPORTUNITY – GRADUATE ASSISTANT

The UP Diliman Institute of Biology Alumni, Inc. is looking for a graduate assistant to work on the following: 1)      To research and collate information about the history of the BS in Biology program of UPD; and 2)      To populate the database of IB alumni. The rate is P100/hour. The applicant must be currently enrolled in a continue reading

JOB OPPORTUNITIES – FACULTY POSITIONS

The Institute of Biology, UP Diliman is looking for faculty applicants in the following areas: 1)      Plant Developmental Biology 2)      Plant Physiology 3)      Animal Physiology 4)      Cytogenetics Applicants must have a PhD. For those interested, please send a letter of application and latest CV to Dr. Ian Kendrich C. Fontanilla at icfontanilla@up.edu.ph not later than April 21, 2022.

NEWS

INSTITUTE OF BIOLOGY AND PARTNERS HOLD THE FIRST SPICE CEREMONIAL HARVESTING

The Institute of Biology, with the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Institute of UPD,
Institute of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering and Institute of Plant Breeding, UPLB,
embarked in a project funded by the DOST-PCIEERD in 2018 to establish a smart indoor farm for
food production. This project aptly called SPICE – Smart Plant Production In Controlled
Environment, recently had the ceremonial harvesting of crops from one of three developed
facilities with a fully controlled environment set up.

URBAN BIODIVERSITY OF UP DILIMAN

In your X years of stay in UP, have you familiarized yourself with our campus wildlife? Click on this post to check out this amazing biodiversity map of our campus!

Or go to The UP WILD’s page to learn more.