Labex CEBA – Center for the study of biodiversity in Amazonia

In French Guiana, the Laboratoire of excellence CEBA (Center for the study of biodiversity in Amazonia) seeks to understand why so many organisms are present in tropical ecosystems. The LabEx brings together a network of internationally-recognized French research teams, contributes to university education, and encourages scientific collaboration with South American countries.

Amazonia is a huge territory that has not finished revealing all its mysteries. Our science is varied: health, coastline, fauna, flora and human sciences. In all, more than 150 researchers from 13 different laboratories spread across French Guana, the french Antilles and France are working within the CEBA, looking towards the Amazon.

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2021 CEBA Annual Meeting – An online event

The CEBA annual meetings will take place online on the 21st & 22nd of October. After a reduced version of the meetings in 2020, this traditional event is planned in 2021 as an online event to meet restrictions due to … Continued

9 new projects funded in 2021

Since 2011, a few highlights have punctuated the years at CEBA. The first part of the year offers the opportunity to finance new scientific projects. After the 2020 call between science and the citizen, the new 2021 call for projects … Continued

Join the Annual Call for Proposals #2021

In 2021, the CEBA annual call for projects will support frontier research on biodiversity in Amazonia, with a focus on French Guiana. Please send your project as a single PDF file to Laetitia Plaisance by Monday April 5th, 2021 – … Continued

2021 CEBA PhD scholarship

CEBA opens its annual calls for doctoral research grants. in order to fund and welcome new PhD students as early as October 2021! If you want to propose a project, you will find here the guidelines and the form (in … Continued

Amphibians and reptiles from French Guiana under protection

French Guiana, a french Amazonian territory, hosts a huge variety of land-based herpetology wildlife. Today, 124 species of amphibians (included 115 anoures and 9 gymnophionas) and 161 species of reptiles (44 lizars, 3 amphisbaenians, 99 snakes, 11 tortoises and 4 … Continued

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