Labex CEBA – Center for the study of biodiversity in Amazonia

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Understanding why so many organisms are present in tropical ecosystems is a major scientific challenge.
The Laboratoire of excellence CEBA (Center for the study of biodiversity in Amazonia) promotes innovation in research on tropical biodiversity. It brings together a network of internationally-recognized French research teams, contributes to university education, and encourages scientific collaboration with South American countries.

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Call for Proposals Nouragues 2017

The Nouragues’ call for proposals 2017 is open until the 10th of February 2017. This call for proposals aims at facilitating the access to the Nouragues Research Station for researchers from all disciplines. It is also open to doctoral and … Continued

Annual call for CEBA projects 2017

The 2017 annual call for CEBA projects is open Since 2012, the LabEx CEBA has launched its annual project call for the promotion of research activities on biodiversity in French Guiana. The proposals are evaluated by the Scientific Board of … Continued

2016 CEBA Annual meeting

The Labex CEBA will hold its annual meeting on the 6th and 7th October 2016 in Cayenne, French Guiana. It will be two days to discuss the latest advances CEBA and on how to strengthen future actions. The annual meeting … Continued

Survey of ticks in French Guiana

As part of the scientific program MiTick supported by the CEBA LabEx, a research team is carrying out a survey of ticks and tick-borne bacteria in French Guiana. If you are conducting surveys on wild or domestic vertebrates on your … Continued

Call for 2016 CEBA PhD scholarships

The call for proposals for CEBA thesis 2016 has been launched and will be open until 7th April 2016 .   Every year the LabEx CEBA offers funding or co-funding for PhD scolarships. For t2016, 3 PhD grants are offered … Continued

New scientific mission on Mount Itoupé in French Guiana.

Mount Itoupé, a summit of more than 800m high and located southeast of Saül, received a team from the Parc Amazonien de Guyane (PAG), and scientists from the Entomological Society of Antilles – Guyane (SEAG) and Labex CEBA. The expedition, … Continued

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