Laboratories internationally known for their expertise in Biodiversity and Sytematics joined to propose a master program at the University of Geneva centered on these questions. The “Master in Biology orientation Biodiversity & Systematics” aims at providing an up-to-date knowledge in scientific approaches that integrate organismic biology and ecology, as well as biogeography, genetics and evolution.
From ecosystems to genes, our research programs are centered on the study of plant and fungal organisms, and on the biodiversity they represent.
The Museum's collections comprise millions of specimens belonging to the natural heritage. These unique collections form the basis of various research programs in systematics, biodiversity and animal evolution.
Our research programs are aimed at exploring and understanding the biodiversity, the evolutionary history, the biogeography and the adaptation of organisms, from bacteria to human.