UMEÅ ARCTIC SEMINAR APRIL 2018
Arcum invites to a seminar on Thursday, April 12, 12.00-13.00 at Universitetsklubben, Umeå University.
Arcum invites to a seminar on Thursday, April 12, 12.00-13.00 at Universitetsklubben, Umeå University. Natuschka Lee, researcher at the department of Ecology and Environmental Sciences at Umeå University, will hold a talk on The silent threat to our society and nature – the ongoing decline of insects – what can we do?
Since we offer a light lunch we kindly ask you to register for the seminar, no later than Monday, April 9, by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Natuschka Lee, PhD, researcher in microbial geo ecology and astrobiology at the department of Ecology and Environmental Sciences at UmU since autumn 2015. M. Sci and PhD studies in biology and environmental biotechnology at the Lund university. For several years postdoc fellow at the Aalborg university in Denmark, and at the Technische Universität in Munich, Germany. Research interests: microbial ecology, molecular ecology, plant and insect microbiology, geobiology and astrobiology, applied on different kinds of extreme ecosystems, including in outer space. Several international collaborations and outreach activities, e.g. setting up local networks to promote our knowledge and management of relevant pollinating insects in Northern Sweden, and for creating an interdisciplinary nature trail about the history and the future of the universe and Earth (“TimeTrek – Tidsresan”).