Welcome To Your Website

 

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Dear members of the EAFE,

I am happy to welcome you to the new and long awaited- version of the association's website. 

As before, this will be a news hub for forensic entomology in Europe and worldwide.  It will be regularly updated with info about our field, such as new publications and books, announcements for meetings and workshops, job proposals, etc

The activities of the EAFE culminates with the annual scientific meetings.  Whilst the next one is in sight, the website contains information from the previous meetings that took place all across Europe over the past 15 years or so. 

The lists of members have been revised and updated, and should be a reliable collaborative tool to bring professionals together and promote cooperation across our discipline.

The member section contains info about sampling, identification of specimens, QA problematics, and from now on will also give access to the results of the annual ring tests. 

Finally, the EAFE board also welcomes any suggestions, ideas and comments that would help this website fit your hopes and needs.

Yours,

Luc Bourguignon

President of the EAFE

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New Forensic Entomology papers

  • Magni P.A., Pacini, T., Pazzi, M, Vincenti, M, Dadour I.R. (2014). Development of a GC-MS method for methamphetamine detection in Calliphora vomitoria (L.) (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Forensic Science International, 241: 96-101.

  • Voss, S., Cook, D.F., Hung, W-F and Dadour, I.R. (2014). Survival and development of the forensically important blow fly, Calliphora varifrons (Diptera: Calliphoridae) at constant temperatures. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology, 10: 314-321.

  • Magni, P.A., Venn, C., Pepe, F.,Aquila, I.,Ricci, P., Di Nunzio, C., Ausania, F., Dadour, I.R. (2014). Evaluation of the floating time of a corpse found in a marine environment using the barnacle Lepas anatifera L. (Crustacea: Cirripedia: Pedunculata). Forensic Science International, 247: e6-e10

  • Nansen, C., Ribeiro, L.P., Dadour, I., Roberts, J.D. (2015). Detection of temporal changes in insect body reflectance in response to killing agents. PLoSONE 10(4):e0124866.doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0124866

IMPORTANT

EAFE BOARD ELECTIONS 2016 RESULTS

Deadline
Topic
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May 25-28th 2015

EAFE 2016
Budapest (H)

Web page soon with abstract and list of participants

 

 

Deadline
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September 19-23 2016

Identification workshop
Toruñ, Poland

The next edition of the workshop “Forensically important Diptera”  will be held in Toruñ, Poland,

Potential participants are welcome

Krzysztof Szpila (Pl)