Indigenous storytelling is a new asset for biocultural conservation
Storytelling can help to guide better conservation actions in areas inhabited by indigenous communities worldwide, new research claims.
Bat biodiversity is in danger on islands worldwide
A new study from the University of Helsinki investigates knowledge gaps among the largely unknown, but greatly threatened, group of island-...
Tiny bite marks reveal a global pattern in predation
A new study deploys “dummy caterpillars” across the world to reveal predation hotspots – and who is behind them.
Ecologist found her way to make a difference
Ecologist Mar Cabeza moved from Barcelona to Finland because she wanted to join Ilkka Hanski’s research group.
Ilkka Hanski special issue in Annales Zoologici Fennici
A special issue, Ilkka Hanski: The legacy of a multifaceted ecologist, of the journal Annales Zoologici Fennici in honor of Ilkka Hanski has...
Research on the invisible diversity of diseases receives dream funding
Anna-Liisa Laine, professor and evolutionary biologist, has received the highly competitive European Research Council (ERC) consolidator grant...
Ilkka Hanski’s farewell lecture discusses the core of biodiversity
Professor, holder of the honorary title of Academician of Science Ilkka Hanski gave his last lecture from home. Recorded last February, the...
Academy Professor Ilkka Hanski has died
The father of metapopulation theory, Professor Ilkka Hanski, was one of the world’s top researchers in the fields of ecology and evolutionary...