This course module is a part of the Master Biology in Antwerp, Biodiversity Conservation and Restoration. More information will be available on Blackboard in 2019.
This Committee is involved with the mission of zoos to carry out research. There is wide range of opportunities to study species outside their home range, which is important as many species are threatened with extinction in their natural habitat.
This course module is a part of the Biology programme in Antwerp.
Planning for the recovery of threatened species is a complex process. This workshop focusses on developping skills to collaborate with multiple stakeholders and handle tough situations, complex problems and decisions that are part of this process.
The EAZA Annual Conference is the biggest annual gathering of the European zoo and aquarium community, bringing more than 600 delegates together for four days of meetings, presentations, discussions and networking opportunities.
WRC2019 aims to foster an exchange of ideas between wildlife scientists from different disciplines. In addition, renowned external scientists will organise sessions and hands-on workshops, providing new perspectives on important topics.
This course module will be given by Zjef Pereboom and is a part of the Specialisation Programme Behavioural Ecology of the Master Environmental Biology at Utrecht University.
During this symposium we will present the results of ongoing research projects in which the CRC is involved.
The National Master Day in Biology will introduce you to all Belgian Universities that organize one or several masters in Biology, so that futere master in Biology students can make a well informed study (and even career) choice.
A scientific award that is given to the best Belgian master thesis presentation in Zoology.