Report of the 2022 edition of the ‘’Hippo day’’

The village of Paulé Oula, a locality located 11 km from the Taï National Park, hosted on Tuesday, May 24, 2022, the 2022 edition of the “Hippo Day”, a day dedicated to raising awareness for biodiversity conservation. Initiated in the framework of a partnership between Centre Suisse de Recherches Scientifiques (CSRS) in Côte d’Ivoire and […]

Australian Media pays attention to IBREAM

IBREAM’s Advisory Board member Damien Paris showcased the latest developments of the African wild dog project via the Australian media. Townsville 7 describes our work as a groundbreaking discovery on how African wild dogs and even aggressive humans can be tamed via appeasing pheromones. A link to the television story can be found here.

Prizes and Achievements

2018: The prestigious African Union (AU) Kwame Nkrumah award has been presented to Professor Robert Millar in recognition of his outstanding contribution to science. 2017: The prestigious Harry Oppenheimer Fellowship was presented to University of Pretoria (UP) and University of Cape Town (UCT) faculty member Professor Robert Millar on Friday, 2 June, for his work in neuroendocrinology. 2016: In […]

African wild dog project on TV

Dr. Damien Paris and Dr. Femke Van den Berghe, presently in Topeka for the African wild dog project, were invited to talk about it on WIBW.