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Annual Meeting: Budapest, Hungary
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The 34th annual meeting of the ISCE will be held in Budapest, Hungary from 12-18 August, 2018 and hosted by by Miklós Tóth and Zoltán Imrei of the Plant Protection Institute, Centre for Agricultural Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

The meeting venue is the Novotel Budapest City Hotel. Budapest is the capital of Hungary and a crossroads of Europe, a history that lends itself to the meeting's theme, "East meets West". We will keep you advised of registration dates, and the official meeting website will be continuously updated as information is available.

Recent News

20 April 2018:

The Hillier lab at Acadia University is seeking a postdoctoral fellow and a doctoral student to study the evolution of odorant receptors in heliothine moths. [view listing]

30 March 2018:

The International Max Planck Research School invites applications for five doctoral students to join several ongoing projects in the field of chemical ecology. [view listing]

17 March 2018:

The first issue of the 2018 ISCE newsletter is available, and voting is open for the 2018 officer election. Please log into your account to vote.

3 March 2018:

A postdoctoral position is available jointly with the University of Paris and the Institute of Functional Genomics of Lyon to study links between embryogenesis and nestmate recognition in ant larvae. [view listing]

22 February 2018:

The Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics at the University of Amsterdam invites applications for an assistant professorship in evolutionary chemical ecology. [view listing]

19 February 2018:

The Tholl lab at Virginia Tech is seeking a doctoral student to study the biosynthesis of terpene pheromones in stink bugs. [view listing]

2 February 2018:

A postdoctoral position is available in the Department of Entomology at Louisiana State University to study the causal bases of plant resistance to insects. [view listing]

30 January 2018:

Student travel awards are available for attending the 2018 ISCE meeting in Budapest, Hungary! The deadline for submitting applications is 5 April 2018; click here for more information.

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