July 29, 2014
The Primate Microbiome Project leadership is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Endangered Primate Rescue Center in Vietnam. You can read their profile in the Lonely Planet guide. See the growing list of PMP partners here.
The Primate Microbiome Project will be partnering with GreenViet, a center for research, communication and educaton in biodiversity and climate change in the central and central highland region of Vietnam. See the growing list of PMP partners here.
The Earth Microbiome Project, led by Jack Gilbert and Janet Jansson, has joined the Primate Microbiome Project as a partner. All PMP samples will be processed according to Earth Microbiome Project protocols, and will be deposited into the Earth Microbiome Project datab...
PMP mentioned by Raffles' Banded Langurs 5-Week Study Series. Thanks Andie Ang (https://www.andieang.org)!
January 9, 2018
LDVI International "Save the Douc" campaign to raise funds for research and education activities in Son Tra NR, Vietnam. Please donate: http...
PMP funded study published in Ecology and Evolution
January 5, 2018
Primate Microbiome position at U Nebraska
November 22, 2016
PMP release party in Vietnam at IPS
August 19, 2014
New PMP partner: the Endangered Primate Rescue Center
New PMP partner GreenViet
PMP partners with the Earth Microbiome Project
Launch of the Primate Microbiome Project Website
May 1, 2013
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