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Earth - Evolution at the dry limit

Earth - Evolution at the dry limit

Today the German Science Foundation granted 20 Collaborative Research Centers (CRC), including CRC 1211 “Earth – Evolution at the dry limit” lead by Prof. Dr. Tibor Dunai (University of Cologne). Being part of CRC 1211, the Nees institute and affiliated researchers acknowledge the funding of our project on the “Biogeographic history of plant communities”.

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Memorandum of understanding between the National Parks Board and the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn

Memorandum of understanding between the National Parks Board and the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn

The Nees Institute and the Botanical Gardens Bonn signed a collaboration agreement with the Singapore Botanic Gardens (NPARKS). The signing institutions are desirous of developing close collaborative links based on mutual trust, goodwill, and a shared set of common objectives for the promotion of research, training and public education for environmental protection and sustainable development, and fostering an enduring partnership centred on capacity building, knowledge sharing and training for the mutual benefit of the Parties. We are looking forward to a fruitful collaboration!

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ATOL-Pleurocarps meeting Bonn 2016

The 2nd International Symposium on the "Evolution and Systematics of pleurocarpous mosses" will be held from June 9-12 2016 at the Nees Institute for Plant Biodiversity in Bonn.

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"Green Talents"

"Green Talents"

"Green Talents - International Forum for High Potentials in Sustainable Development" funded by the BMBF

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Fachdidaktik Biologie zum Nees Institut zugehörig

Fachdidaktik Biologie zum Nees Institut zugehörig

Seit Anfang 2015 gehört die Fachdidaktik Biologie der Universität Bonn formal zum Nees Institut für Biodiversität der Pflanzen.

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Schwerelos in der Luft: Monographie der skurrilen Welt der Orchideensamen veröffentlicht

Schwerelos in der Luft: Monographie der skurrilen Welt der Orchideensamen veröffentlicht

Die Familie der Orchideen (Orchidaceae) ist mit etwa 22.000 Arten eine der größten Pflanzenfamilien. Trotz der großen Fülle an Orchideen-Literatur ist bisher nur wenig über deren Samen bekannt.

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Preis für MINT-Lehrerbildung für Prof. Scheersoi

Deutsche Telekom Stiftung verleiht Didaktik-Professorin Annette Scheersoi Preis für MINT-Lehrerbildung

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