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Annual Meeting: Kyoto, Japan
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The 33rd annual meeting of the ISCE will be held in Kyoto, Japan from 23-27 August, 2017 and is hosted by Junji Takabayashi and Naoki Mori of Kyoto University. This will be our second joint meeting with our colleagues in APACE, the Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists.

The meeting venue will be held at the Fukakusa campus of Ryukoku University. More information about the conference and registration schedule is available at the official meeting website.


Recent News

14 July 2017:

The second issue of the 2017 ISCE newsletter is published and available for viewing online! [view newsletters]

13 July 2017:

Two postdoctoral positions are available in the Fukami Lab at Stanford University to study the chemical ecology of nectar-inhabiting bacteria and yeasts. [view listing]

11 July 2017:

The Chemical Ecology Unit at SLU Alnarp is recruiting a doctoral student to investigate chemosensory signals that influence the behavior of Drosophila suzukii. [view listing]

10 July 2017:

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]

14 June 2017:

New book on monarch-milkweed chemical ecology: "Monarchs and milkweed," authored by ISCE member Anurag Agrawal. Please visit the publisher's website for more information!

10 June 2017:

Science Club: ISCE member Dr. Anurag Agrawal interviews Dr. Paul Feeny about his life and career at Cornell and his experiences with chemical ecology. [view interview]

17 May 2017:

The Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology is seeking a doctoral student to characterize the genes in longhorned beetles that encode plant cell wall degrading enzymes. [view listing]

30 April 2017:

The Hillier Lab at Acadia University is seeking a doctoral student and postdoctoral researcher to conduct research on pheromone diversity in heliothine moths. [view listing]

See more in the news archives.