04.04.2019 | TOP NEWS, Theory in Biodiversity Science

Thuringian Research Prize for Ulrich Brose

Prof Ulrich Brose receives the award for outstanding achievements in research (photo: Myriam Hirt / iDiv).

Prof Ulrich Brose receives the award for outstanding achievements in research (photo: Myriam Hirt / iDiv).

The laureates on stage (photo: Myriam Hirt / iDiv).

The laureates on stage (photo: Myriam Hirt / iDiv).

Brose studies the effects of human land use on biodiversity (photo: Myriam Hirt / iDiv).

Brose studies the effects of human land use on biodiversity (photo: Myriam Hirt / iDiv).

Jena. Once a year, the state of Thuringia honours outstanding achievements in research at universities and non-university research institutions. Today, Prof Ulrich Brose, head of the research group Theory in Biodiversity Science at iDiv and Friedrich Schiller University Jena, received the Thuringian Research Prize 2018 in the field of basic research – for the systematic elucidation of the effects of anthropogenic land use on biodiversity and the functionality of complex ecological networks. According to the rationale, his outstanding research results provide completely new possibilities for assessing the effects of land-use changes and represent an excellent conceptual development of basic ecological research.

Media release of the Friedrich Schiller University Jena (in German): https://idw-online.de/de/news713655

 

 

 

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