Biodiversity loss and climate change are among today's great challenges. To understand them and their close and numerous interactions, science has to address and bridge both processes. This interdisciplinary scientific research is the aim of the LOEWE Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre (BiK-F). Read more ...
PhD Student at BiK-F acknowledged for best student presentation
16.07.2014 Pedro Romero, PhD student at BiK-F was awarded for best student presentation at this years Mollusca 2014 conference
Climate change: Tropical species are most vulnerable to rising temperatures
09.07.2014 A new study by researchers of the LOEWE Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre (BiK-F) and Goethe University shows that tropical species will be most at risk from rising temperatures as the discrepancy between physiological thermal limits and projected temperatures is highest in tropical regions.