Institute of Vertebrate Biology CAS

Biodiversity, Evolutionary ecology, General ecology

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4. 3. 2022
We are opening these positions:   Postdoc: Viriomics of the European house mouse hybrid zone: a model to understand how viruses cross host species…
28. 2. 2022
Brno, 28. 2. 2022 The Institute of Vertebrate Biology of the Czech Academy of Sciences joins the expression of strong condemnation of the Russian…
14. 1. 2022
Project description: The ongoing climate change is among the key stressors shaping biological communities worldwide. Freshwater habitats are particularly vulnerable as they are often…
14. 1. 2022
The Journal of Vertebrate Biology is pleased to announce an upcoming Special Issue for 2022, with Guest Editors Dr Rowena Spence (Institute of Vertebrate Biology, Czech…
30. 6. 2021
Prague, June 29 (CTK) - The Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS) President Eva Zazimalova will give the Otto Wichterle Award to 24 outstanding and promising young scientists in…
26. 5. 2021
May 25, 2021 [Musanze, Rwanda] – A scientific study published today in Scientific Reports suggests that new health challenges may be emerging as…
17. 3. 2021
Elephant-shrews, also called jumping shrews or sengis, are little-known African mammals that resemble shrews or rodents in appearance but are evolutionarily closer to elephants…
17. 3. 2021
Sexual reproduction imposes risks on participating adults through increased probability of injury, predation pressure, or parasite exposure. Evolutionary theory predicts that animals will tolerate…
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