Biological Control of Eucalypt Pests (BiCEP) will provide coordinated, collaborative solutions to the problem of eucalypt pests.
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Two fantastic research scientist positions at @Macquarie_Uni to work on a) Insect Biological Control and b) Insect vectors of plant and/or animal pathogens. Worth checking!!! 😁👍🏼👀
https://mq.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/CareersatMQ/job/North-Ryde-Campus/Macquarie-University-and-NSW-Department-of-Primary-Industries-Co-Funded-Research-Scientists-in--1--Insect-Biological-Control-and--2--Insect-vectors-of-plant-and-or-animal-pathogens_R000002992-1

You are interested in Behavioral and Chemical Ecology of Forest Insects🪳🐜🦟and there's nothing on TV📺?

Why don't you binge-watch 💻the recordings of five webinars on this subject on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE1bhBiFrYSbUSh09LipkZw ?

As #MandelaMonth starts, UP congratulates Dr Osmond Mlonyeni on his appointment to the Board of Trustees of The Mandela Rhodes Foundation (@MRF_Africa). Dr Mlonyeni is a UP alumnus, molecular geneticist, & manager at @FutureAfricaUP. More: http://ow.ly/fwEK50AmKul #UPMandelaMonth

Population genetics of the Australian eucalypt pest Thaumastocoris peregrinus: evidence for a recent invasion of Sydney http://dlvr.it/R2RZPP #eurekamag

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During the past few decades the area of eucalypt plantations around the world has expanded dramatically, supported by exceptional tree growth and performance. Over time the incidence and impact of insect pests has increased and now poses a major impediment to the continued expansion of this important industry.

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BiCEP is actively seeking collaboration with other organisations worldwide as we continue to develop this project.