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12
Feb

NAEM 2019

Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 February 2019
The Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting (NAEM) is a two-day event organised by NERN and NecoV (Dutch - Flemish Ecological Society) and is supported by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). There will be 2 plenary sessions, 20 parallel sessions, and 2 poster sessions. You are cordially invited to register!!
27
Mar

8th IOBC / WPRS Working Group Meeting “Landscape management for functional biodiversity”

Wednesday 27 - Friday 29 March 2019
The aim of the meeting is to bring together the latest insights on current topics in landscape management for functional biodiversity, including the management for multiple ecosystem services, the identification of promising crop and non-crop management options to support biodiversity-based pest management, and initiatives to meet the challenge to halt the ongoing decline of important farmland species. Promising areas for future research will be identified.
16
Apr

2nd Conference of the Netherlands Society for Evolutionary Biology (NLSEB)

Tuesday 16 April 2019
The aim of the yearly NLSEB conference is to bring together scientists from all disciplines working on evolutionary questions, and build a broad community of evolutionary biologists based in the Netherlands. Registration for the conference of the Netherlands Society for Evolutionary Biology (NLSEB) is now open.
28
May

Dutch Life Sciences Congress 2019 - "Communication in Life"

Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 May 2019
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) is organising the very first edition of Life on 28 and 29 May 2019 in Bunnik: a brand new, unique, national congress covering the Dutch Life Sciences in the widest sense of the word. “Communication in Life” is the title of Life2019. This is spot-on: Communication is of vital importance for life, from the smallest (cell) to the largest level (planet).
11
Jun

International Conference - Innovative strategies for vector control – Progress in the Global Vector Control Response

Tuesday 11 - Thursday 13 June 2019
Triggered by the unprecedented global spread of dengue and chikungunya viruses and outbreaks of Zika virus disease and yellow fever in 2015-2016, the World Health Organization developed the Global Vector Control Response (GVCR) as a strategic guidance to countries and development agencies for the strengthening of vector control as a fundamental approach to preventing disease and responding to outbreaks. To evaluate the GVCR progress, and to discuss further strengthening of the approach, a conference will be held in Wageningen, the Netherlands, 11-13 June 2019. The conference will be organized jointly by WHO and Wageningen University & Research.
30
Jul

Meeting of the Association of Tropical Biology and Conservation (ATBC) 2019

Tuesday 30 July - Saturday 3 August 2019
Madagascar ATBC 2019 aims to gather researchers, students, and professionals in a range of scientific disciplines from around the world in order to provide an effective tool towards this common effort to harmonize biodiversity conservation and human well-being. The theme chosen for this meeting is "Tropical biology and sustainable development".
27
Aug

Wageningen Soil Conference

Tuesday 27 - Friday 30 August 2019
Wageningen University & Research is delighted to invite you to the fourth edition of the Wageningen Soil Conference. As in previous editions, the aim is to discuss the importance of soils. In the 2019 edition, the focus will be on “Understanding soil functions: from ped to planet”. To do this a new style of conference will be adopted, with traditional conference talks in the mornings, followed by a range of scientific and interactive topic masterclasses in the afternoons.
10
Sep

49th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland

Monday 9 - Friday 13 September 2019
The 49th Annual Meeting is held under the motto "Science meets practice" and aims to stimulate exchange between the academic ecological community and practitioners in order to find applied solutions to environmental problems. The Local Organising Committee covers a wide range of ecological topics, from classical organismic ecology, nature conservation issues and functional biodiversity research to air quality problems and research on biogeochemical processes in aquatic and terrestrial systems.