Cape Town – The South African Node of GBIF plays a key role in the mobiIization of biodiversity data in the country for scientific research, planning, policy and decision making outcomes.

In support of this, one of the key strategic objectives of the SANBI-GBIF Node is also to develop the capacity and skills base for biodiversity informatics in the country.

In order to grow skills in biodiversity informatics and information management practice, SANBI-GBIF is advertising 2 Masters level bursaries, as well as a post-doctoral fellowship. Please see below links, for relevant bursaries as well as the application form.

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