On the 4th of April, 2023 students from EXTEMIT-K participated in the 63rd International Students’ scientific competition Š V O Č 2023...
On Tuesday, March 28, members of the project team met with members of the External Advisory Board.
In the vegetation seasons in years 2021-2022, the EXTEMIT-K team members conducted six extensive field campaigns in the large roofing...
The team members from EXTEMIT-K has represented the bark beetle Ips typographus research current findings in the prestigious society...
in Lisbon 2022 Conference, 6th-9th September, Lisbon, Portugal
“The genome of Ips typographus (Eurasian spruce bark beetle) was published in 2021: What happens now?” at the 2022 Joint ESA...
Last week EXTEMIT-K had a beautiful and enjoyable spirit evening.
The world is changing rapidly. Temperatures are increasing at an unprecedented rate, climatic extremes are occurring more and more frequently and with greater severity.
July 11th in DP 410 | 14:00 Wooden Pavilion FLD, CZU
Dr. Olsson spoke about chemical ecology primarily from the perspective of pollinators.
29th April | 10 AM Venue: DP410, Wood Pavillion, FLD CZU. Organized by dr. Ewald Grosse-Wilde
A welcome dinner was held on the first day with Dr. Roy lab members and EXTEMIT-K coordinator. Meeting with Prof. Guy Smagghe with our EXTEMIT-K G2 team was a great success.
Molecular tools in basic and applied insect research / 11th March/9.30 am.
Science with insects @UGent: from biotechnology to ecology / from the lab to the globe / 10th March/9.30 am.
On November, 3rd, 2021 the External Advisory Board and the EXTEMIT-K project team had met. Due to pandemic measures, the meeting took place in a hybrid form.
We have extended our co-operation with Max Planck institute from last year visit.
EXTEMIT-K student Jibin Johny was one of the selected participants in the recent practical course: ‘Single-cell Genomics: Get started’.
Researchers have successfully mapped the entire genome of the Eurasian spruce bark beetle.
Dr. Amit Roy introduced a new research topic as a Guest Editor in the special issue at Frontiers of Insect Science Journal.
The director at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology is awarded the Cross of Merit 1st class of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Our master student Kristýna Římanová received the Award of the Minister of Agriculture for her diploma thesis entitled Volatile compounds profiling in diferent ecotypes of Norway spruce.
An interesting interview about beech bark beetle with Roman Modlinger