This center, which is coordinated by the University of Neuchâtel, aims to unite Swiss-based scientists in the field in order to push for excellence in research and teaching. It is motivated by similar initiatives by sister organizations in Jena, Alnarp, Brazil, Cornell and Penn State University, with which we hope to continue fruitful collaborations.
Penn State University's Center for Chemical Ecology is pleased to announce a summer course in Insect Chemical Ecology called ICE 14 that will be conducted on the Penn State campus June 1 -15, 2014
Please join us in October for Chemical Ecology Month!
We want to showcase some of the parasite systems we study at Penn State and think of ways they can be complemented by the obvious excellence in chemical ecology that exists.
A team of scientists has discovered that descendants of "exploratory" butterflies that colonized new habitats differ genetically from their more cautious cousins.
The Graduate Level summer course, Insect Chemical Ecology (ICE10) was held June 1 - June 15th on the Penn State Campus. The course featured guest lectures by chemical ecology experts from around the world.
Africa is home to about 1 billion people, and a recent report by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) indicates as many as 30 percent of them suffer from chronic hunger or malnutrition. A new initiative announced by Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences is aimed at working with African institutions to ease this human ...
Tom Baker, faculty member in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, has been named distinguished professor by the University. The title of distinguished professor was established by the Office of the President to recognize a select group of professors with exceptional accomplishments in teaching, research and service.