Here you can find the most recent updates about the different G-BiKE's activities and other more general issues related to biodiversity and genetics.
28/04/2021 To 01/01/0001
The G-BiKE's webinar series towards the CBD post-2020 GBF
To promote the adoption of the newly proposed three genetic indicators (Hoban et al., 2020), G-BiKE has resumed a series of webinar targeting the countries CBD delegates. We held four webinars: The Americas (April 7th), Europe (April 8th), Africa (April 15th) and Asia/Oceania (April 22nd). For more info you can refer to our Policy Group Coordinator, prof. Linda Laikre (firstname.lastname@example.org)
13/05/2021 To 26/05/2021
Workshop on Ne, effective population size
Welcome to a half day online workshop arranged by G‐BiKE on recent issues relating to contemporary effective population size (Ne) in relation to monitoring of genetic diversity. The aim of the workshop is to highlight some new important insights that is of relevance in applying Ne as an indicator for conservation genetic status. To discuss these topics with the aim to explore if there are some general recommendations for practical management that can be agreed on.
G-Biker Emina Šunje won the third prize in 3MT competition - watch the winning video!
G-Biker Emina Šunje won the third prize in the 3MT (Three minutes thesis) competition with the video about her doctoral topic: "Surviving in isolation - genetic and phenotypic variation in fragmented populations of the Alpine salamander Salamandra atra prenjensis (Amphibia: Urodela: Salamandridae). The three-minute thesis (3MT) competition challenges Ph.D students to communicate the significance of their projects to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes. Watch her winning video that was elected in the top 3 among 70 other submissions.