SEAMEO (Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization) was established in 1965 through the SEAMEO Charter signed by seven (7) South East Asia countries. The signing of the charter marked the establishment of the centres. At present there are seventeen centres and three sub-regional centres. SEAMEO BIOTROP, the Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Tropical Biology, is one of the centres.
SEAMEO BIOTROP, the Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Tropical Biology, was established on 6 February 1968. In carrying out the mandate of the Governing Board, SEAMEO BIOTROP conducts its activities emphasizing the empowerment of human resources in Southeast Asia. The activities cover research, training, networking, and personnel exchange and information dissemination in tropical biology.
Fields of study: Life & Biological Sciences
Parent institution: Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization
Journals published by SEAMEO BIOTROP:
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