The International Barcode of Life (iBOL) project, received a funding boost of $35 million from Canadian agencies for a 26-nation effort to collect specimens, sequence their DNA, and build an informatics platform using digital bar codes to store an
Journal articlesBiodiversity DNA BARCODING SPECIES IDENTIFICATION INTERNATIONAL BARCODE OF LIFE (iBOL) DEVELOPING COUNTRIESPublished dateFriday, April 2, 2010 - 04:00
With increased food insecurity in Uganda, the pressure to use wetlands for agriculture is growing.
Strengthening Research Capacity to Enhance Natural Resources Management and Improve Rural Livelihoods (sub-Saharan Africa)
This project aims to strengthen the capacity of national agricultural research and extension systems (NARES) in Africa to apply participatory approaches and cutting-edge ideas to research for development.