New offices for CRC!

We’ve moved! … not very far, but a bigger and nicer place. We now have an MOU with the Interpretive Guides Society who are sharing the space part-time. Coming from the Clocktower, turn left just before the AICC compound, and it’s the first gate on the right. Coming from the Impala Roundabout, it’s the right …

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CRC update – april 2016

CRC is increasing its range of available services. With new management we have more ideas on how to be better in providing our members with help related to research and studies. We are also continuing our support for members needing help in facilitating permits. Aquiring visas and research permits will sometimes require visits to Dar es Salaam. …

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PhD Opportunity: Using isotopic forensics to recreate a historic profile of animal health.

Rationale: This project aims to ascertain the nutritional history and generate information about migratory patterns of Serengeti wildebeest by characterizing of the isotopic signature of sequential samples along the length of an animal’s hair. The study will first test the use of hydrogen and oxygen isotopes in tail hair from GPS tagged migratory wildebeest from …

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Announcement of new Office Manager in TZCRC.

Hello TZCRC members, this post is to announce that, Dassa Nkini who you used to be our Office Manager will move to another post from 1st Nov 2014. She will continue to assist/advice  on TZCRC services. Therefore, from the 1st of Nov 2014, the new Office Manager will be Livia Maeda, she will taking over the …

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CALL FOR RESEARCH NOTES/APPLICATIONS TO…

Training Course on Research Proposal Writing with a focus on upgrading value chains of neglected and underutilized species of plants The International Foundation for Science (IFS),  Biodiversity International, and our partners now offer young African scientists training in the art of developing research projects proposals that focus on problems related to the value chains of …

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Training Scholarships Available for Students in Developing Countries to Attend SCB Section Meetings.

Training Scholarships Available for Students in Developing Countries to Attend SCB Section Meetings   A new opportunity is available for students in developing countries to boost their training in conservation science and attend an SCB Section meeting this July/August.   Scholarships of up to $2,000 USD are available for qualifying students to attend a pre-congress …

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