Partners

The Max Planck Center on next Generation Insect Chemical Ecology (nGICE) is a high level cooperation between the Max Planck Society, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), and Lund University. The purpose is to allocate complementary resources, such as scientific expertise, techniques and equipment, to an urgent research field during 5 years. All partners contribute equally to the funding.

The vinegar fly Drosophila melanogaster

The nGICE Center focuses on a better understanding of the consequences of global change on insect ecosystem services, outbreaks of invasive insect species and the spread of disease vectors into Europe through the lens of insect chemical communication systems. 
Photo: Anna Schroll

Blood feeder and disease vector Anopheles gambiae

The nGICE Center focuses on a better understanding of the consequences of global change on insect ecosystem services, outbreaks of invasive insect species and the spread of disease vectors into Europe through the lens of insect chemical communication systems.
Photo: Rickard Ignell, SLU

Bark beetle Ips typgraphus

The nGICE Center focuses on a better understanding of the consequences of global change on insect ecosystem services, outbreaks of invasive insect species and the spread of disease vectors into Europe through the lens of insect chemical communication systems. 
Photo: Erling Jirle
 

Tobacco hawkmoth Manduca sexta

The nGICE Center focuses on a better understanding of the consequences of global change on insect ecosystem services, outbreaks of invasive insect species and the spread of disease vectors into Europe through the lens of insect chemical communication systems. 
Photo: Anna Schroll
 

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