The European Aerobiology Society (EAS) is an international platform intended for the development of cooperation and sharing expertise in the field of aerobiology. The members of the EAS form an interdisciplinary community consisting of biologists, physicians, meteorologists, physicists, information technology professionals, and other proactive professionals seeking to reveal the peculiarities of airborne pollen and fungal spore and to use this knowledge to human and natural well-being.
Currently, the members of the EAS include individuals and organizations from at least 28 countries. Have a look to EAS members map here.
The activities of the EAS are directed towards achieving the following aims:
- to promote aerobiology and to further its development;
- to facilitate collaboration, research, education, information, technical development, and practical application in the field of aerobiology;
- to create a platform for the persons, associations, societies, and institutions concerned with aerobiology in Europe;
- to elect the body responsible for organizing the European symposia on aerobiology;
- to promote collaboration with other areas of science.
The EAS was founded on August 14, 2008, during the 4th European Symposium on Aerobiology. The ever-growing community significantly contributes to the advancement of aerobiology and is an important expert organization. Read more about the EAS history here.
We invite you to join the EAS community as we share know-how in aerobiology and are concerned about our members’ professional growth. Read more about membership here.
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