Museum botanists are researching the biodiversity, taxonomy and systematics of plants.
Our research is focusing on the exploration, description and monitoring of bryophyte flora in the tropics.
We are creating tools for biodiversity conservation and sustainable use of forests in Central America.
We are producing a family-level phylogeny and documenting and revising species diversity.
We are part of a collaboration cataloguing the vascular plant diversity of southern Mexico and Central America.
Find out more about our a wide range of research projects about fern diversity.
We are researching the taxonomy of Solanaceae species and conducting phylogenetic studies.
A major project to assess how threatened plants are globally is feeding into the IUCN Red List.