In this workshop, we assembled a group of leading international scientists to discuss the evidence for tipping points in pest management. The workshop consists of a three lectures by international specialists, followed by a group discussion and a plenary discussion, and concluded with drinks.
This symposium will stand in the light of Georgina Mace receiving the Dr A.H. Heineken Prize for Environmental Sciences. She receives this prize for developing scientific criteria for the world’s most comprehensive list of threatened species and for establishing priorities for nature conservation.
This year’s PE&RC day will cover a diverse range of research topics within the Graduate School. Invited speakers from PE&RC research groups will address research projects that have had an impact and will discuss how current projects may have an impact in the future.