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BIOCEV: SINGLE MOLECULE Microscopy and Manipulation

Start date Oct 30, 2017 - Nov 03, 2017

Practical hands-on training on selected single-molecule experimental techniques and data analysis, belonging to group of methods known as quantitative bio-imaging. October 30. - November 3., 2017, Registration deadline: October 8th 2017.

Published Jul 14, 2017


Start date Jun 19, 2017 - Jun 20, 2017

BIOCEV DAYS 2017: Main conference hall (room no. U2.012).

Published Jun 14, 2017

Popular Science: Even bees guard their nests. Or don’t they?

The first association with the word “bee” is usually a swarm of bees in a hive. We won’t talk about these bees – such as honeybees – here today. Bees of the genus Ceratina guard their nests as well. They are commonly known as carpenter bees, since they build their nests in dead stems or sticks with pith. They are solitary, but just as good pollinators as honeybees, even though they are much smaller – only up to eight millimeters. Compared to honeybees, they are also dark without stripes on the abdomen. And it is these carpenter bees that became an interest of entomologists from our Faculty of Science.

Published May 03, 2017

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