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Global Ethnobotany Webinar Series, lecture no:9

Are 19th century botanical collections relevant to 21st century problems? Mark Nesbitt is the curator of the Economic Botany Collection and Senior Research Leader for Interdisciplinary Research at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. He is a Visiting Professor in the Geography Department, Royal Holloway, Un

Global Ethnobotany Research Webinar Series - Guest Lecture No: 8

“To Get More Harvest”: Traditional Plant Management Systems of Northwestern North America by Speaker: Dr. Nancy J. Turner Distinguished Professor Emeritus School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria, Canada

Congratulations! We have the new Student Representative of the Society for Economic Botany – Lukáš Pawera

We are happy to announce that Dr. Lukáš Pawera, the TRIBE team alumnus, was elected the new Student Representative of the Society for Economic Botany. As a member of the TRIBE team, Lukáš successfully completed his PhD research project and defended his dissertation titled Food, agrobiodiversity and diet: the nutritional ethnobiology of the Minang and Mandailing indigenous food systems in West Sumatra.

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