Thanks to an inventory of over 6 million trees across five countries, scientists have produced the first continuous maps of the floristic and functional composition of the tropical forests of Central Africa, allowing them to identify the most vulnerable areas to climate change and human pressure.
An interview with Laure Saint-Raymond and Arnaud Guillin, director and executive director of the new institute.
Torsten John, Ph. D. Candidate Leipzig University, Germany, is Lead.
Victor Sabanza, Undergraduate Student, University of La Rioja, Spain, is Meitnerium.
Lori Ferrins, Research Assistant Professor, Northeastern University, United States of America, is Nickel.
The future of the Gender Gap in Science project and the Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science
João Borges, Research Fellow, University of Aveiro, Portugal, is Rubidium.
The dynamics of earthquakes are better understood thanks to three-dimensional modeling of fault sliding.
The first genetic evidence of a Denisovan population outside Denisova
Recommendations for scientific unions