GET TO KNOW BIOTA/FAPESP program, our research and work
The Research Program on Characterization, Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity, called BIOTA/FAPESP, THE VIRTUAL INSTITUTE OF BIODIVERSITY, is the outcome of the articulation of the State of São Paulo scientific community around the premises established by the CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY, signed during ECO-92 and ratified by the Brazilian Congress in 1994.
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IDENTIFYING MAPPING ANALYzING The  AMAZING BRAZILIAN BIODIVERSIty

in addition to assessing the possibilities of sustainable exploitation of plants, animals or microorganisms with economic potential, and supporting the improvement of policies for biodiversity conservation

Keep up with the BIOTA FAPESP

Find below the updates on our research projects, publications and other topics of interest.
The OfFicial BIOTA/FAPESP JOURNAL
BIOTA NEOTROPICA

The BIOTA/FAPESP journal embraces original research results (from the program or not) which address the thematic characterization, conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.

Atlas
SINBIOTA 2.1

The Biota’s Environmental Information System integrates information provided by researchers from the Biota/FAPESP Program and overlaps it to a high quality digital cartographic base.

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partners & programs
BIOTA has several national and international partners. In addition, we are associated with three other important research and development programs of FAPESP: BIOEN, GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE and eSCIENCE.
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