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World’s first complete koala genome sequenced to help conservation of the threatened charismatic creature
Earlham Institute flies the flag for UK science at the International Environment Fair (FIMA) in Bogota
Earlham Institute Director of Science, Federica Di Palma, will be a panellist at the upcoming ‘Doing Science with Colombia’ event.
New funding could help protect the habitat of the spectacled bear for ecotourism, boost the coffee and chocolate industries and help rebuild post-conflict lives.