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    Athene noctua (Scopoli, 1769). Photo Anatolie Savin

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    Aix galericulata (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Anatolie Savin

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    Sciurus vulgaris (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Anatolie Savin

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    Phasianus colchicus (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Anatolie Savin

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    Oryctolagus cuniculus (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Anatolie Savin

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    Recurvirostra avosetta (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Anatolie Savin

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    Bison bonasus (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Anatolie Savin

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    Gallinula chloropus (Pallas, 1771) (Linnaeus, 1758) – găinușa-de-baltă. Foto Anatolie Savin

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    Spermophilus citellus (Linnaeus, 1758). Photo Anatolie Savin

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    Cygnus olor (Gmelin, 1789). Photo Anatolie Savin

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16.02.2022
During the period January 3 to 28, 2022, the Institute of Zoology was visited by Laëtitia Demay, a Doctor of Prehistoric Archeology and scientific researcher of the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, France. This is the fourth Laëtitia Demay's scientific visit to the Institute of Zoology. The collaboration between Dr. Laëtitia Demay and our specialists in the domain of paleozoological research – the Senior Scientific Researcher Roman Croitor, Doctor of Biological Sciences, the Scientific Researchers Teodor Obadă and Viorica Pascari – began in 2016, when the first visit of our French ...
15.02.2022
The edition of the show ”Between YES and NO"” from 9 February 2022, which is broadcasted by the radio station Eco FM, had as guests corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova Elena Zubcov, head of the Center of Research of Hydrobiocenoses and Ecotoxicology, dr.hab. Dumitru Bulat, head of the Laboratory of Ichthyology and Aquaculture, and Ion Gologan, scientific researcher in the Laboratory of Parasitology and Helminthology. The discussion was focused on the added value of the project 2 SOFT/1.2/47 ”Team up for healthy fish in aquaculture systems of the Prut river basin” (Joint ...
11.02.2022
On 11 February, the scientific community celebrates the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, as result of the United Nations General Assembly resolution A/RES/70/212 adopted in December 2015. The initiative had the aim to promote the employment of women and girls in the sciences, to encourage the career development and participation in the decision-making processes in science, to recognize the achievements of women in science. Currently, 45 women researchers are employed at the Institute of Zoology, making up 48.4% of the total number of researchers. Among them, 3 hold the title of ...