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Dear Colleagues and friends,
We are arranging a PhD course in Molecular markers for analysis of population processes, this year with Rod Peakall, one of the developers of the software GenAlEx, as guest teacher.
Please post and pass to interested students and colleagues.
Two post docs on interactions between plants, herbivores and pathogens;
university of Copenhagen
Department of Agriculture and Ecology and Department of Plant Biology
and Biotechnology wishes to appoint 2 postdocs from 1 July 2009 to 31.
January 2011 within a cross disciplinary re-search project on
interactions between a plant, an insect herbivore, and a pathogen.
PhD studentship in Ecology
within the discipline of Plant Ecology and Systematics
With placement at the Department of Ecology, Section for Plant Ecology and Systematics, Faculty of Science, Lund University.
Reference Number: N 2009/119
Starting Date: As soon as possible
The 2009 Bergen Summer Research School on (www.gdc.uib.no/) is dedicated to the theme of Climate, Environment and Energy.
Five courses, raging from economics via psychology to climate science and ecology are provided, along with plenary activities aiming to promote crossdisciplinary communication and approches to these global challenges.
Through a small-grant program, the U.S. Embassy in Prague provides
partial support for cultural programs and non-governmental organization
Typically, these grants range from $500 to $3,000, but do not exceed
For details and to apply, please go to
http://prague.usembassy.gov/small-grants_programs.html, read the
instructions, download the application form and send it in electronic
The position of a Post Doctoral Researcher (Plant Ecologist) is available at the
Department of Plant Ecology at the University of Tübingen, Germany. The position is
part of a multidisciplinary and international research project dealing with the impact of
global change on water resources in the Jordan River Basin (see www.glowa-jordan-
river.de). The project involves scientists from many disciplines from Germany, Israel,
Jordan and the Palestinian Autonomy.
Deadline 20th March 2009
The position of a PhD student in plant population ecology is available at the
Department of Plant Ecology at the University of Tübingen, Germany (with K.
Tielbörger). The position is part of a multidisciplinary and international research
project dealing with the impact of global change on water resources in the Jordan
River Basin (see www.glowa-jordan.river.de). The project involves scientists from
many disciplines from Germany, Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Autonomy.
Deadline 31 March 2009