Dipartimento

BENVENUTI NEL SITO WEB DEL DIPARTIMENTO DI BIOLOGIA AMBIENTALE

ll dipartimento di Biologia Ambientale (DBA) si occupa dell'origine, struttura, funzionamento, sviluppo, sistematica ed ecologia degli organismi viventi (alghe, funghi, piante, animali, primati non umani e uomo) dal livello molecolare a quello degli ecosistemi. Contribuisce alla conoscenza botanica anche in campo farmaceutico e medico e promuove lo sviluppo della società e dell’industria nel rispetto dell’ambiente. Il dipartimento conserva inoltre, nei suoi tre musei (AntropologiaErbario e Orto botanico), un importante patrimonio culturale e scientifico e ne promuove attivamente la conoscenza.

 

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The department of Environmental biology (DBA) conducts research within multiple lines of research related to the origin, structure, development, systematics and ecology of living organisms (algae, fungi, plants, animals, non-human primates and humans), from molecules to ecosystems. It also contributes with its botanical knowledge in the pharmaceutical and medical research fields, and promotes activities in the society and in the industry with respect for the environment and suistanable development. Moreover, the Department preserves, in its three museums (AnthropologyHerbarium and Botanical Garden), an important scientific and cultural heritage and actively promotes its knowledge.

Progetti internazionali in corso / On-going international projects:

ANCESTORS Making Ancestors: The Politics of Death in Prehistoric Europe

BOTTOMS-UP  Biodiversity Of Temperate forest Taxa Orienting Management Sustainability by Unifying Perspectives

ED-ARCHMAT - European Doctorate in ARchaeological and Cultural Heritage MATerials science

SOCOTRA Conservation of endemic Boswellia trees in Socotra (Yemen) 

PRIMED  Restoration, management and valorisation of PRIority habitats of MEDiterranean coastal areas

PonDerat Restoring the Pontine Archipelago ecosystem through management of rats and other invasive alien species

SECOSUD II Conservation and equitable use of biodiversity in Southern Africa 


 

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