Does science disservice application in environmental management or is it simply a communication problem?

Last week I chaired a symposium/roundtable at a national-level conference on landscape planning and environmental management in Germany. The session was about the potential of conservation genetics in the planning practice, with Rolf Holderegger from the WSL, Carsten Nowak from the Senckenberg Institute and Klaus Albrecht from the environmental planning office ANUVA as plenary speakers. I returned from... Continue Reading →

If you want to boost your audience attend THIS conference format!

Conferences serve many goals in academia. You can present your research, learn a lot from the research others do and you get in touch with your peers to network. What is yours? Personally, I quickly get stuffed by all the input from research presented by the hundreds of colleagues in the form of talks or... Continue Reading →

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