IVPPInstitute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology
IVPPInsects as Vectors of Plant Pathogens (est. 1990; Centre for Environmental Sciences; Madrid, Spain)
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The parade of fossils continued in the May 27 NATURE, when Xing Xu of the IVPP and his colleagues described Beipiaosaurus, another theropod with a fibrous coat.
honghe Zhou, director of the IVPP, said that the low success rates seen for some scientists did not diminish their greatness.
Its administrative separation from the rest of archaeology has enabled the IVPP to participate actively in academic exchange with foreign scholars, while the Institute of Archaeology has, for various reasons, long resisted such cooperation (see Olsen 1992).