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Species360 Member News

  • December 2022: Species360 at CITES CoP19, exciting improvements coming to ZIMS, launch of Vet Advisor Program and welcome Rob Calcagni to the team.
  • November 2022: See how ZooParc de Beauval uses ZIMS for sample storage and managing its diverse animal collections, Species360 at conferences, what’s new in ZIMS for Husbandry and Aquatics, and announcing an exciting new online course for Aquarists and Keepers.
  • October 2022: See how ZIMS data informs research in zoonotic diseases, watch the recording of the CITES CoP19 Global Expert Briefing, and meet new Species360 team members.
  • September 2022: The critical role of sharing data for conservation and animal care, ZIMS at Work feature on the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, and latest updates to ZIMS.
  • August 2022: ZIMS at Work Bristol Zoological Society, New in ZIMS for Husbandry and Aquatics, turtle and tortoise coverage goes global, and Species360 at conferences.
  • July 2022: What is the Species360 Conservation Science Alliance? New study on testudines, and ZIMS at Work feature on Cologne Zoo.
  • June 2022: ZIMS at Work Copenhagen Zoo, museum zoo collaboration research, the Species360 team goes 100% remote, new team members.
  • May 2022: ZIMS at Work Two Oceans Aquarium, ZIMS data unlocks mysteries of parrot longevity, new member Paris L’ Aquarium Tropical de la Porte Dorée, new team members.
  • April 2022: ZIMS at Work Audubon Institute, ZIMS for Medical user feedback sessions, new members Dingle Aquarium and Mote Coral Research and Restoration Centre, New in ZIMS reproductive tools.
  • March 2022: ZIMS at Work Calgary Zoo, RAW conference, IMPACTS webinar.
  • February 2022: Species360 Conservation Science Alliance cancer. research, coral identification study using ZIMS data, new features in ZIMS for Husbandry and Aquatics, Future of Aquariums recorded webinar.
  • January 2022: Member spotlight Vancouver Aquarium, Research Partner Program Harvard University, new features in ZIMS for Care and Welfare.

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