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Biodiversity: Multiple origins of mountain life

Published: Feb. 10, 2016

Biodiversity: Multiple origins of mountain life

Alex Antonelli from the University of Gothenburg reviews our Nature paper on endemism on Mount Kinabalu: Mount Kinabalu in Malaysian Borneo, is the tallest peak between the Himalayas and New Guinea, and like other tropical mountains it is a biodiversity hotspot, containing many endemic species isolated by altitude. These authors investigate the evolutionary origins of such biodiversity by sampling the ...

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Bert-Jan Roegholt finishes internship

Published: Feb. 16, 2016

Bert-Jan Roegholt finishes internship

Bert-Jan Roegholt, a student in applied biology at the University of Applied Sciences, CAH Vilentum in Almere, has worked as a research intern in the project of Sarina Veldman during the summer.

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En vulkan av liv

Published: Feb. 10, 2016

En vulkan av liv

Mount Kinabalu spytter ikke lava. Fjellet på øya Borneo ved Forskning.no covers our Nature paper on endemism on Mount Kinabalu: Sørkinahavet ligger riktignok nær en vulkansk sone, men likevel er det ikke en vulkan.

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Hunting for traditional food in social media

Published: Feb. 10, 2016

Hunting for traditional food in social media

ScienceNordic covers our publication on pitcher plants: Bornean carnivorous plants are on the menu of local tribes who steam them with sticky rice.

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