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20
Jan

Frank van Langevelde new chair of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group

Frank van Langevelde has been appointed professor and chair of the Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group. This group is formerly known as the Resource Ecology group and has been renamed now. He succeeds Prof. Herbert Prins, who retired on 31 October.
20
Jan

Marielos Peña Claros appointed as personal professor in Forest Ecology and Forest Management

Wageningen University & Research Executive Board has appointed Marielos Peña Claros as personal professor in ecology and management of tropical forests. She was recently awarded the IUFRO Scientific Achievements Award for her work on forest management.
20
Jan

Life2020 - call for abstracts now open!

The registration for Life2020 is open and the call for abstracts has been published!
10
Dec

PE&RC is present at the BES Annual Meeting in Belfast (10-13 December 2019)

Claudius and Lennart are representing the graduate school PE&RC and the Netherlands Ecological Research Network (NERN) at the BES Annual Meeting in Belfast this week. If you are around as well, come say hello at the table right across from the escalator!
Claudius and Lennart are representing the graduate school PE&RC and the Netherlands Ecological Research Network (NERN) at the BES Annual Meeting in Belfast this week. If you are around as well, come say hello at the table right across from the escalator!
10
Sep

Ecology & Evolution Conferences 2019

Check the following website for an overview of Ecology & Evolution Conferences 2019
Check the following website for an overview of Ecology & Evolution Conferences 2019
27
Aug

Gabriela Maciel Vergara wins Mauro Martignoni Award of the Society of Invertebrate Pathology

PhD candidate Gabriela Maciel Vergara was awarded the 2019 Mauro Martignoni Award of the Society of Invertebrate Pathology which is the highest and most prestigious award for PhD candidates in invertebrate pathology.
14
Aug

Future For Nature Awards (FFN) 2020 Awards

Are you a passionate conservationist with unlimited dedication and willpower to protect species of wild animals and plants? Are you 35 or younger?
Each year Future For Nature awards 3 young, talented, and ambitious nature conservationists through the Future For Nature Awards. Are you a passionate conservationist with unlimited dedication and willpower to protect species of wild animals and plants? Are you 35 or younger? Apply now for the FFN Awards 2020 and perhaps you will win the Future For Nature Award, €50,000, and join the growing FFN Winners community!