Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology (UV)

ICBiBE

Introduction and objective

Founded in 1998, the Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology is dedicated to the study of biodiversity and evolutionary biology with an integrative and multidisciplinary approach.

His lines of research range from evolutionary ecology, plant conservation and marine zoology, to limnology, entomology or comparative neurobiology, among others.

Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology (UV) news

The highest mortality rate of endangered vultures occurs in southeastern Europe, largely due to human activity Read more »
A species of cave bug unknown until today provides the testimony of an ancient fauna Read more »
Symbiosis magazine pays tribute to Eva Barreno with a special on lichens Read more »
Kinship recognition increases conflict between the sexes and may impair the survival ability of many species Read more »
The University of Valencia will provide the scientific basis for the protection of cetaceans in the Mediterranean Read more »
The Medsealitter project on the impact of marine litter on the Mediterranean sea concludes with an exhibition in Valencia Read more »

Contacto info.

Secretary iu.cavanilles@uv.es Phone: (+34) 963 543 652