The Foundational Biodiversity Information Programme
The Foundational Biodiversity Information Programme (FBIP) is a long-term programme to generate, manage and disseminate foundational biodiversity information and knowledge to improve decision-making, service delivery and create new economic opportunities.
The Foundational Biodiversity Information Programme (FBIP) is funded by the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI). The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) and the National Research Foundation (NRF) jointly manages the programme.
Onkgopotse Seabi is a 27-year-old Pretoria University MSc student who is using Wolbachia to fight fruit fly infestations across the country.
Members of the small mammal team carried out sampling at the Swebeswebe Nature Reserve and Hanover Nature Reserve sites this week. The team was led by Prof. Daniel Parker (University of Mpumalanga), one of the primary investigators on the Waterberg Biodiversity...
The unique freshwater biodiversity of South Africa is under increasing pressure from multiple impacts including global climate change, habitat degradation, hydrological modification through excessive water abstraction, as well as the spread of invasive species. The...
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A forum is held annually to provide opportunities to:
Information about funding opportunities, recent grants / grantee research project results.
SANBI’s Prof Michelle Hamer recently told potential applicants for FBIP Small Grants that their projects must produce certain target outputs.
The call for FBIP Small Grant applications is now open – applications should address critical gaps relevant to foundational biodiversity information.
Call for applications for AGNES-BAYER Science Foundation Research Grant for Biodiversity Cons 2021 has opened.