The UN Biodiversity Conference COP15 led to a landmark agreement to guide global action to address biodiversity loss. Bioinformatics has an important part to play in ensuring key questions are answered, such as what species are present, how they interact with others, and how they adapt to their environments. Explore the various projects our scientists are leading or collaborating on to advance this field, from using artificial intelligence to prioritize conservation actions and discover antimalarial properties in plants as well as to exploring how oceans’ microbial biodiversity could be a source of national products.
Bioinformatics for studying biodiversity in order to better protect it
Biodiversity: using artificial intelligence to better identify areas to protect
Can more species be saved from extinction by using artificial intelligence? A...
Human ancestors impacted biodiversity much earlier than previously thought
Human-driven biodiversity declines started much earlier than previously thought...
In silico talk
An inordinate fondness for beetles, or an arms race with plants?
Are you an evolutionary biologist working with genomics data, or simply...