Breeding Invertebrates for Next Generation BioControl, develops innovative research training to improve the production and performance of natural enemies in biological control by the use of genetic variation for rearing, monitoring and performance. (posted Mar 2015)

BINGO is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network, and invites applications for 13 Early Stage Researcher positions (PhD student). BINGO is funded by the EU Horizon 2020 programme and involves 12 partners from academia, non-profit organizations and industry located in the Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, Greece and Portugal. BINGO’s approach is multidisciplinary, encompassing a broad range of scientific disciplines, including the application of state-of-the-art population genomics. The programme combines integrated training workshops and internship opportunities across the network, with career opportunities in academia, public or the private sectors.

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DEADLINE March 31st, 2015


Entomologist (Integrated Pest Management) volunteer opportunity in Laos (posted 16 Feb 2015)

Would you like to use your skills and experience to volunteer in a developing country?

The Australian Volunteers for International Development program places skilled Australian volunteers in developing countries. The Australian Volunteers program is funded by the Australian Government.

Crawford Fund will be supporting an Entomologist (Integrated Pest Management) assignment in Laos. To apply for this assignment please go to

Applications are due 21st February. Application details are available on

Please note Scope Global reserves the right to withdraw this volunteer assignment at any stage of the selection process.