The Congo Basin Institute is UCLA’s first foreign affiliate
A new interdisciplinary center will support research, education, and training abroad
By Yazmine Mihojevich, Student Contributor
John Benson and Elizabeth Long are the 2014 UCLA La Kretz Center Fellowship appointees
“Thriving in a Hotter L.A.” gets most online votes in its category
Humans can help threatened species survive
Stephen Hubbell is first American in four decades to win international organization’s scientific achievement award
Check out the new brochure showcasing UCLA’s two natural reserves.
The Festival had talks, hands-on demonstrations, nature walks, family activities, live animal displays and meet and greets with scientists, including researchers and staff from the UCLA La Kretz Center for California Conservation Science and Center for Tropical Research.
The Los Angeles Times published an op-ed by Center for Tropical Research Director Tom Smith about the country’s conservation challenges and actions needed to protect the region’s natural resources.
Genome Biology published a new study by Professor Brad Shaffer, a conservation biologist with joint appointments at the IoES and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
The Malibu Times reported on the opening of the UCLA La Kretz Center for California Conservation Science Field Station.
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Chair and IoES Professor Dan Blumstein wrote a blog for the Huffington Post about science funding.
UCLA scientists sing about their coral reef research.
Center for Tropical Research Director Tom Smith participated in a study currently appearing in the journal Nature on averting biodiversity collapse in protected tropical areas.
Biologists, including IoES & Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor Brad Shaffer, discovered a new species in Staten Island.
This Environmental Science Senior Practicum study will help promote wildlife preservation in the region.
Susan and Dan Gottlieb’s contribution will help support graduate student Hilton Oyamaguchi’s work.
When researchers from around the globe converge at UCLA on Sept. 6 to discuss the small 2 percent of the planet covered by the world’s five Mediterranean-climate regions, they’ll be focusing on how to protect the whopping 16 percent of Earth’s plant species that call those regions home.
Philip Rundel, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and IoES Professor, is the recipient of a 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award.
IoES and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Distinguished Professor Stephen Hubbell explains his new study revising the way species extinction rates are calculated.
The LA Times documented a new study co-authored by Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and IoES Distinguished Professor Stephen Hubbell.
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and IoES Distinguished Professor Stephen Hubbell co-authored a new Nature paper.