- BBPP researchers describe Cyclospora spp. in drills from Bioko Island.
- BBPP researchers publish review of wildlife conservation publishing trends.
- BBPP Researcher, Jake Owens, has one of the “worst jobs in science”.
- Update! Help us balance our participants on the 2014 Expedition!!!
- Few spots left on the Caldera Expedition…apply now!
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In collaboration with researchers at the Centers for Disease Control, BBPP researchers, Jake Owens, Shaya Honarvar, and Gail Hearn recently described the infection of drills on Bioko Island with Cyclospora spp. parasites. The report extends the known range of the … Continue reading
Check out the recent manuscript from BBPP researchers, Drew Cronin and Jake Owens, who worked with four Drexel University undergraduate students and Richard Bergl, Curator of Conservation and Research at North Carolina Zoological Park, to review publishing trends in wildlife … Continue reading
Check out BBPP researcher, Jake Owens, who has one of the “worst jobs in science” collecting tissue samples in the Malabo bushmeat market, says Popular Science!
Head to “For Job Seekers” under “Get Involved” for more info on how you can help us fill the remaining spots on our research team!
payday loan feeOnly a few spots left for the January 2014 Gran Caldera Expedition! Head to “For Job Seekers” under “Get Involved” for more info!
We are now accepting applications for the January 2014 Gran Caldera Expedition! Check out the “For Job Seekers” page under “Get Involved” for the position description and application details!
The Drill Project Film is now available streaming online! Watch the film at www.thedrillproject.org/the-film/.
BBPP researchers, Drew Cronin (poster presentation) and Pat McLaughlin (oral presentation), both won first place in today’s Drexel University College of Arts and Sciences Research Day!
Come find out more about the Bioko Study Abroad program on Thursday, April 11th at 5:30 PM in Room 103 of the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building at Drexel (33rd and Chestnut Sts.).1 hour payday loans online
Freelance journalist, Lindsay Mackenzie, tracks Bioko’s battle between conservation and consumption during her recent trip to Bioko with the BBPP. Listen to her radio documentary here: Monkeys of Bioko Island on CBC.