POSTPONEMENT to 17/18 November 2020 – Announcement of Melissopalynology Seminar at QSI, Bremen

Pollen analysis in honey from Argentinia

Due to the corona problem we fixed a new date for the seminar. We are happy to announce that it will be conducted from 17th to 18th November 2020.

The seminar is intended for experienced melissopalynologists both in the industry and research fields and includes:
Lectures providing an overview of honey production, botanical and geographical origins of honey in Argentina
Practical morphology part at the microscope, to discuss and learn of the most important pollen grains in the honey from Argentina
Pollen slides will be sent before the seminar to all participants for the evaluation of the pollen assemblage.
At the end of the seminar the participants will gain knowledge on the most important honey sources in Argentina, their pollen markers and main pollen assemblage.

Invited speaker:

Valeria Carolina López is a Researcher at the Agricultural Experimental Station (EEA) Delta of Paraná, National Institute of Agricultural Technology (INTA) in Argentina. She is an experienced melissopalynologist.

Costs:

we estimate a maximum cost of 500 euro/participant (accommodation and traveling not included). For students we can offer a special price (300€). The final cost and the activation of the seminar will be announced at the end of the pre-registration phase (February 2020).

The Venue:

Since its foundation QSI has been testing honey from all over the world using pollen for the determination of geographical and botanical origins.
Bremen is located in the heart of Europe and its well connected with an airport and train station. There are regular flights connecting Bremen airport via main hubs like Frankfurt and Munich. From Hamburg international airport regular trains (Deutsche Bahn) connect Bremen in less then 2 hours.

To pre-register please click here: QSI pollen seminar

 

 

Bremen, 20.12.2019, updated 06.04.2020 and 08.05.2020

 

Source: https://www.qsi-q3.com/announcement-of-melissopalynology-seminar/

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