Paula Harkes has got a presentation award at the Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting (NAEM) for her presentation "Fine-mapping rhizosphere communities: opening Pandora’s black box?"
The NAEM (Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting) is two full days, each day consisting of a plenary session, in which a Dutch/Flemish and an international world leader present their view on a specific topic in ecology or evolution, two sets of five parallel sessions (including more workshop-like sessions), and a poster session. Parallel sessions generally consists of 6 oral presentations, thus leading to a total of approximately 125 oral presentations. On average, there are about 75-100 scientific poster presentations during the meeting. NERN has awards the three best oral presentations of the NAEM Meeting.