Species360 Member News
In April, EAZA Academy will offer ZIMS for Medical Training, a course introducing concepts and best practices for using ZIMS for Medical. The course will cover both data entry and data retrieval. Attendees will learn how to navigate in the Medical module, input data into the eight modules such as Pharmacy, Sample Storage, and Global Medical Resources, and extract and analyze data using ZIMS reports and tools.
Mote’s Center for Coral Reef Research & Restoration, Florida (United States), has become a new member of Species360.
New Species360 aquarium member Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium is Ireland’s largest aquarium and a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA).
The New Species 2021 report, released by the conservation organisation Shoal, shows just how diverse and remarkable the world’s often undervalued freshwater species are, and suggests there is plenty more life still to be discovered in the world’s lakes, rivers and wetlands."
Species360 is currently seeking a software engineer to join the ZIMS development team.
Jo Seton, Contributing Editor This ZIMS at Work feature on Audubon Nature Institute is one of a series of stories about Species360 member institutions that record and share data to help improve…