- New promotional spot for the “Symposium on the Future of the Biodiversity of the Gran Caldera Scientific Reserve” on TVGE!
- Symposium for the Future of the Biodiversity of the Gran Caldera
- BBPP PhD Candidate, Patrick McLaughlin, to defend thesis this Wednesday, May 6th at 2 PM in PISB 503 at Drexel University
- Careers in Foreign Service: Former US Consulate for Equatorial Guinea & Bioko Island Study Abroad Info Session-2:30 PM on Wednesday 4/8
- Bioko Island Study Abroad Info Session-5:30 PM on Tuesday, 1/20, in PISB 503
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New promotional spot for the “Symposium on the Future of the Biodiversity of the Gran Caldera Scientific Reserve” on TVGE!
Check out this brief promotional spot for the "Symposium on the Future of the Biodiversity of the Gran Caldera Scientific Reserve"!… Read more
BBPP is collaborating with the United Nations Development Programme (Equatorial Guinea) and the Equatoguinean Ministry of Fisheries and the Environment and Institute for Forest Development and Protected Areas (INDEFOR) to lead a public-private partnership to help instigate the development of … Read more
Careers in Foreign Service: Former US Consulate for Equatorial Guinea & Bioko Island Study Abroad Info Session-2:30 PM on Wednesday 4/8
BBPP is excited to host the following two exciting and informative events next Wednesday, April 8th starting at 2:30 PM in the Ida Chen Classroom at 3225 Arch Street! 2:30 PM: Former US Consulate in Equatorial Guinea and friend of… Read more
All interested students! Don't forget to come to our information session for the Fall 2015 Bioko Study Abroad program THIS TUESDAY, January 20th at 5:30 PM in PISB 103 at Drexel! BBPP and Drexel Study Abroad reps will be answering … Read more
BBPP researchers, along with collaborators from the North Carolina Zoo and University of Yaoundé, recently completed an assessment of the state of biodiversity and conservation of rare tropical montane ecosystems in the Gulf of Guinea. The review highlighted the threats… Read more
Drexel University is the Congo Basin Forest Partnership featured partner of the month! Read more and see the photo gallery here: http://pfbc-cbfp.org/news_en/items/du-june-en.html… Read more
BBPP researchers Patrick McLaughlin, Shaya Honarvar, and Gail Hearn recently partnered with chemists at Villanova University to design and field test a new non-lethal technique for sampling amphibian skin products. Amphibian skin metabolites and bacteria have recently become a topic… Read more
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… Read more