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News Updates
Advanced Field Course in Ecology and Conservation-Xishuangbanna 2018 opens 18-10-18
Researchers construct a manually curated database of validated sgRNAs for lncRNAs 18-10-11
SEABRI helps to equip Myanmar researchers with better understanding of plant identification 18-09-26
CAS Vice President Ding Zhongli inspects SEABRI in Myanmar 18-09-25
XTBG joins AI Botanic Garden Program 18-09-20
SEARBRI continues training researchers on tropical plant identification in Myanmar 18-09-19
XTBG researchers visit South African National Biodiversity Institute 18-09-11
Last stand of the great green peacock 18-09-10
Trophic cascade in ant-wasp-fig system triggered by top–down processes 18-09-05
XTBG participates in 10th European Palaeobotany & Palynology Conference 18-08-29
Environmental educators gather for advanced training course at XTBG 18-08-17
Outstanding university students gather at XTBG for Summer Camp 2018 18-08-08
SEABRI conducts filed expedition in western Myanmar 18-08-03
XTBG and Lanzhou University forge partnership 18-07-31
Chinese researchers find queen bees have exceptional memory, learning abilities 18-07-25
Proposals from the Third Luosuo River Science Education Forum 18-07-16
The Third Luosuo River Science Education Forum opens 18-07-11
XTBG scientists participate in ATBC 2018 18-07-11
Plant fossils provide new insight into the uplift history of SE Tibet 18-07-02
Prof. Quan Ruichang honored CAS outstanding CPC member 18-07-03
7th China–Myanmar joint field expedition completed 18-06-29
MoU signed between XTBG and University of Phayao 18-06-22
Graduation Ceremony 2018 18-06-20
Harald Schneider speaks at the 3rd Yunnan Conference on International Exchange of Professionals 18-06-15
Plant fossil analysis may help predict climate change: study 18-06-13
Study reveals key factors explaining successful invasion of Chromolaena odorata 18-06-04
Study uncovers three factors promoting species coexistence in tropical tree community 18-05-25
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