The 19th of October witnessed the Opening of the European Green Week, this year under scientific curation by Miguel B. Araújo and taking place at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon. Despite the pandemic situation the event went well with a at least a good hundred of people present in the large auditorium of the Foundation and many more attending online. The
Congratulations to Miguel Matias who just started a Marie Curie Fellowship at Miguel Araújo lab. Miguel is an ecologist trying to understand the mechanisms underlying species’ responses to changes in their natural habitats. His research integrates empirical, experimental and theoretical approaches ranging from bacterial microcosms to macro-ecological models (see his publications here). In 2011,
On the 8th of October 2013, Miguel Araújo travels to Berlin to receive the Ebbe Nielsen Prize at the GIBIF (Global Information Biodiversity Facility) Governing Board meeting. This prize is given annually to researchers that "combine biosystematics and biodiversity informatics in an exciting and novel way".