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Coffea Arabica in Yunnan
by: QIU Minghua    11/01/2017

  Chinese scientist discovered new bioactive chemical compositions from coffee. In recent year...
Towards a Global Centre of Excellence for Mining Restoration
by:    06/01/2017

  The scale of mining activities today is greater than ever but so are its environmental and s...
Seed Ecology of a Dominant Evergreen Oak in China
by: XIA Ke    30/12/2016

  Variation in fruit production can influence the interactions between plants and fruit predat...
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Scientific Expedition in Kenya
by: DENG Tao    17/02/2017
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· Transboundary Collaboration to Generate Mu...
· Road Planning "Trade Off" could Boost Food...
· Delegation of Chiang Rai Rajabhat Universi...
· International Training Workshop on Communi...
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· A Sustainable Future for Rubber Smallholders
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The Way to the Sacred Land: Cherishing the wildlife and traditional culture of the Kailash Sacred Landscape
by:YANG Mei    08/12/2016
KIB Annual Report 2015
by:YANG Mei    30/05/2016
KIB Annual Report 2014
by:    27/11/2015
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Professor QIU Minghua

  QIU Minghua, Professor of phytochemistry. Major research interests include 1) structure, bioactivities and drug discovery from traditional medicinal plants, with emphasis on Cimicifuga, Momordica charantia, Ganoderma, Buxaceae; 2) sustainable utilization of plant resources and know-how of their industrialization, the research inte...
Professor SUN Weibang

  SUN Weibang, Professor of botany. Major research interests are to carry on theories and technologies of sustainable resource utilization and germplasm preservation, which mainly included typical, endemic, seriously threatened (endangered and critical endangered) species and the plants with economic importance, with emphasis on the...

  •   Su-gong Wu (S. K. Wu), a renowned botanist, professor of Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, had made great contributions to China’s botanical research an... [more]
    by:SUN Hang  
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Kunming Botanical Garden: News in Brief
by: David Sim Paterson
Brief History of Kunming Botanical Garden, KIB
by: David Sim Paterson
News in Brief: Kunming Botanical Garden. Sudden Branch Drop
by: David Sim Paterson
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