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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

30 January 2016:

A postdoctoral position in the molecular biology of chemoreception is available in the laboratories of Dr. Nael McCarty at Emory University and Dr. Julia Kubanek at the Georgia Institute of Technology. [view listing]

29 January 2016:

The Tholl lab at Virginia Tech is seeking a Master's student to study the biosynthesis and engineering of insect pheromones in stink bugs. [view listing]

27 January 2016:

The Center for Chemical Ecology at Pennsylvania State University will host the short course in insect chemical ecology (ICE 17) from 31 May - 14 June, 2017. For registration and further details, please visit the course website.

26 January 2016:

A postdoctoral research fellowship is available in the Rueppell lab at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro to study signals that elicit hygienic behavior of honey bees toward brood to combat Varroa mites. [view listing]

25 January 2016:

The Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology is seeking a doctoral student to study the adaptation of the moth Heliothis subflexa to anti-herbivore compounds of Physalis plants. [view listing]

5 January 2016:

Two PhD opportunities are available through Macquarie University to investigate the chemical ecology of Bactrocera fruit flies. [view listing]

15 December 2016:

A postdoctoral position is available at the University of Ulm with a combined focus on chemical ecology research and undergraduate instruction. [view listing]

See more in the news archives.