May. 01, 2015
The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
Jan. 26, 2015
The forests of central Africa—the Congo River basin and along the Gulf of Guinea—are some of the
Dec. 23, 2014
For the first time, SCBI geneticists have sequenced the genome of a vertebrate: A Hawaiian honeycreeper
Dec. 23, 2014
Dec. 01, 2014
This update was written by Virginia Carter, a Smithsonian coral biologist with the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
Nov. 01, 2014
Oct. 01, 2014
Morgan Maly is a graduate student at North Carolina State University working on her master’s thesis in conjunction with Dr.
Sep. 12, 2014
Sep. 09, 2014
One hundred years after the extinction of the passenger pigeon, the nation's top bird science and conservation groups have come together to publish The State of the Birds 2014—the most comprehensive...
Aug. 01, 2014
Jul. 03, 2014
How do you keep one of
Apr. 04, 2014
How mammals use coffee landscapes and what parameters are important to enhance their habitat.
Apr. 01, 2014
Camera traps are scientists’ eyes in the wild–and SCBI scienti
Jan. 15, 2014
By Sarah Putman, SCBI Scientist “No, we don’t know if the panda is pregnant.”
Dec. 06, 2013
Partners in the Sky: Aviation and Aerospace Industry Leaders Join The Smithsonian In Worldwide Conservation Efforts
Unlocking the mysteries of animal migration through precise, near real-time tracking can solve major conservation challenges and transform wildlife science worldwide.
Dec. 02, 2013
Press conference announcing the Partners in the Sky partnership
Dec. 01, 2013
For more than 50 years, Smithsonian scientists collected and stored frozen biomaterials (such as DNA, tissues, germplasm) from a vast array of animal and plant species.
Sep. 01, 2013
By Matt Neff, Animal Keeper at the Zoo’s Rep
Aug. 29, 2013
Scientists have studied bird migration for centuries, but it remains one of nature's great mysteries.
Aug. 01, 2013
Twenty-seven million years before the
May. 21, 2013
By Pierre Comizzoli, SCB
Mar. 08, 2013
Mar. 01, 2013
In 2008 the Smithsonian, along wit
Feb. 27, 2013
In addition to the research Zoo scientists and their Chinese colleagues conduct on giant pandas, they also study red pandas. In this update Dr.