In this post, Verena Sesin talks about her visit at the 2nd IIES Graduate Students Forum Asia themed “Soil Contamination & Remediation and Water Contamination & Management” in Hong Kong from November 1-3, 2018.
Share your environmental research with an international audience by joining the “International Graduate Student Lecture Series 2019”, organized by the International Institute for Environmental Studies and the Environmental and Life Sciences Graduate Program at Trent University. This online lecture series is open to any graduate student – submit your abstract until November 24th, 2018.
The International Institute for Environmental Studies (IIES) offers a free e-course entitled “Environmental & Human Health Risk Assessment”, running every Wednesday from October 24, 2018, to January 16, 2019.
We are hosting our International Online Autumn Academy on Spatial Ecotoxicology and Ecotoxicological Risk Assessment from November 1, 2018, to January 31, 2019.
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is hosting the PhD course “My AOP – Practical applications, methods and challenges of Adverse Outcome Pathways in environmental toxicology” in Trondheim from October 15-19, 2018.
In this post, Verena Sesin reports on her visit at the North American Congress for Conservation Biology (NACCB) in Toronto from July 21-26, 2018, themed “Connecting biodiversity from urban to wild areas by connecting practitioners, managers and researchers”.
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies is offering a short course on “Fundamentals of Ecosystem Ecology” in Millbrook, NY from January 3-16, 2019, designed to provide an intensive overview of ecosystem ecology for graduate and upper level undergraduate students in ecology, environmental studies and related fields.
In this post, Patrick Baudy reports on his visit at a workshop for the characterization of fluorescent dissolved organic matter (DOM) at the Technical University of Denmark in Copenhagen.
In this post, Verena Sesin shares her experiences at the 4th Annual IIES Science and Policy Workshop in Edinburgh from 1-3 July 2018, co-hosted by University of Edinburgh and the International Institute for Environmental Studies (IIES).
In this post, Stefanie Allgeier and Carsten Brühl report about their recently organized workshop on impacts of mosquito control using Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti), which was part of our project “Establishment of a nature conservation-compatible concept for mosquito control”, funded by the German Federal Foundation for the Environment (DBU).