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Int’l Cooperation News
Annual Academic Meeting 2024 of SEABI held 24-03-18
New plant species discovered in SW China 24-02-20
XTBG completes first joint investigation of the Cenozoic fossil plant group in Thailand 24-02-01
New shrub species found in northern Myanmar 24-01-15
Orchid-like insect uses petal-shaped legs to glide 23-12-07
15th Advanced Field Course in Ecology and Conservation completed at XTBG 23-12-11
New water trumpet species found in Philippines 23-10-19
Advanced Field Course in Ecology and Conservation-Xishuangbanna 2023 opens 23-10-31
New Begonia species found in southern Myanmar 23-10-09
XTBG renews cooperation with Lao Biotechnology and Ecology Institute 23-08-18
Dr. Susan Gardner of UN Environment Program visits XTBG 23-09-12
XTBG deepens cooperation with Thai partners 23-08-03
Asian elephants’ picky diet helps shape their forest home, study shows 23-08-14
XTBG to deepen cooperation with Myanmar forest department 23-07-17
Regional Training on Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development in Tropical Asia held 23-06-26
MoU signed between XTBG and Kasetstar University 23-06-19
Prof. Yang Yongping heads delegation to Singapore and Malaysia 23-05-18
Stop signals reduce dopamine levels and dancing in honeybees 23-04-14
MoU signed between Lao Culture Tourism Public Company and XTBG 23-04-27
Complex Learned Social Behavior Discovered in Bee’s ‘Waggle Dance’ 23-03-10
Ecological Conservation: what does China do differently? 23-03-10
Study presents first systematic analysis of diversity and distribution patterns of orchids on Mt.... 23-02-24
Solving human-elephant conflict worldwide 23-01-18
XTBG completes fourth China-Lao transboundary biodiversity investigation 22-12-09
New journal Integrative Conservation launched 22-12-23
Prof. Chen Jin receives Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Medal 22-11-28
Yang Yongping heads delegation to Laos 22-11-07
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