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2020.03.05

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  Cordial congratulations to Dr Laura Gedminienė on defence of doctoral dissertation in biology "The influence of natural and anthropogenic factors on the development of Lateglacial and Holocene (a)biotic palaeoenvironment in the south-eastern flank of the Last Scandinavian Glaciation" (supervisor Dr Miglė Stančikaitė)....
 

2020.03.03

Congratulations to Dr Laura Gedminienė

Cordial congratulations to Dr Laura Gedminienė on defence of doctoral dissertation in biology "The influence of natural and anthropogenic factors on the development of Lateglacial and Holocene (a)biotic palaeoenvironment in the south-eastern flank of the Last Scandinavian Glaciation" (supervisor Dr Miglė Stančikaitė).

Best wishes for successful scientific activity! 

 

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  On 25 February 2020, the General Assembly of the Members of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences was held. One of agenda issues was awarding of the winners of the competition for the best research works by young researchers and doctoral students.
 

2020.02.28

Nature Research Centre's researchers became winners of competition for best research works by young researchers and doctoral students

On 25 February 2020, the General Assembly of the Members of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences was held. One of agenda issues was awarding of the winners of the competition for the best research works by young researchers and doctoral students.

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  Researchers of the Laboratory of Chemical and Behavioural Ecology are the first to identify the pheromone of the fruit fly Rhagoletis batava, a pest of sea buckthorn berries. The related article is published in a Q1 journal The Insects. The pheromone is an optically active compound (-) -ᵹ- heptalactone. This substance attracts fruit...
 

2020.02.27

Researchers of the Laboratory of Chemical and Behavioural Ecology are the first to identify the pheromone of Rhagoletis batava, a pest of sea buckthorn berries

Researchers of the Laboratory of Chemical and Behavioural Ecology are the first to identify the pheromone of the fruit fly Rhagoletis batava, a pest of sea buckthorn berries. The related article is published in a Q1 journal The Insects. The pheromone is an optically active compound (-) -ᵹ- heptalactone. This substance attracts fruit flies of both sexes; therefore, it has a great potential for practical application and companies trading in pheromones will undoubtedly include it in their lists.

 

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