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Distributed European School of Taxonomy - courses on Diptera
The Distributed European School of Taxonomy (DEST) has launched two types of training courses at various European research facilities and universities. The Modern Taxonomy programme 2013-2014 offers intensive theoretical courses in subjects as varied as nomenclature and DNA-barcoding. The Expert-in-training programme 2013-2014 enables graduate students and early career researchers to develop and strengthen their taxonomic research skills through on-the-job-training.

Within the latter programme, two courses focus on Diptera and might be of particular interest to you:

Taxonomy of European biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)
Training program in Entomology (special. Diptera Syrphidae), emphasis on collection management and bioindicator used

New training providers are most welcome to participate in training delivery within the Distributed European School of Taxonomy. For more information, please mail us at dest-training@naturalsciences.be or have a look here.

PhD students within the Swedish Taxonomy Initiative, the Israel Taxonomy Initiative and the Research School in Biosystematics (ForBio) might receive support to attend DEST-courses. For details, please contact STI, ITI or ForBio.

With best regards,

Dr Hendrik Gheerardyn
Dr Isabella Van de Velde

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DEST Training
www.taxonomytraining.eu
dest-training@naturalsciences.be

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
Vautierstraat 29, B-1000 Brussel, Belgium
Tel: + 32 2 627 43 34 (336)
http://www.naturalsciences.be
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