The Institute of Biology invites you to the Thesis Proposal Presentation of HANNA HASMIN T. ESTADILLA, MS Microbiology candidate, entitled “Melanogenic bacteria from MMORS: bioproduction models and tyrosinase activity” on Friday, 30 April 2021, 12:30 P.M. Manila Standard Time via Zoom
The Philippine Groundwater Health Index Project is looking for a Project Assistant (SRS 1).
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The Institute of Biology is looking for applicants to fill the position of University Research Associate I.
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The Institute of Biology invites you to the Dissertation Proposal Presentation of ONAYA A. LABE “Phylogenetics, Population Genetics and Morphological Analyses of Common Philippine Freshwater Gobioid Fishes” for the degree of Ph.D. in Biology on Friday, 12 March 2021, 9:00 A.M. Manila Standard Time
The partnership for the Biodiversity Conservation and Monitoring Program (BCMP) which started its two phases in 2008 and 2012 is expected to be continued into its third phase after a memorandum of agreement signing between the Energy Development Corporation (EDC) and the University of the Philippines (UP). This partnership, pioneered by three outstanding scientists — the late Dr. Perry Ong, Dr. Leonard Co, and Dr. Daniel Lagunsad, is expected to focus on the Biodiversity Metrics, Flagship Species Initiative, Flora Conservation, Botanical Treasures and the establishment of the UP-Institute of Biology (UPIB)-EDC Biodiversity Hub.
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The Institute of Biology celebrates its 110 years of biology education and research in the University of the Philippines.
The Institute of Biology would like to congratulate Dr. Windell L. Rivera, for being elected to National Academy of Science and Technology as Academician in recognition of his achievements in the Medical Sciences. Congratulations, Sir Windell! Windell L. Rivera, Ph.D.Professor 12, UP Scientist III Link to official announcement
A recent study conducted in the Institute of Biology using mitochondrial DNA barcodes suggests that Philippine fruit bat species may be classified as a species of their own due to their high sequence divergence with specimens found in other Southeast Asian countries. For more details on this news visit: https://news.mongabay.com/2020/02/philippine-fruit-bats-may-be-entirely-new-species-of-their-own-dna-suggests/?fbclid=IwAR252McGTahNxxRrGeeUVf_KXfyO5NUiApHGW4xxybXEBDNLDnFBbUD5sbQ