A team headed by a Czech scientist is to study the influence of insects on forest vegetation on six continents, the ctk news agency reports. The project headed by Vojtěch Novotný from the Czech Academy of Sciences has received a 92 million crown grant from the European Research Council. The team will work in Japan, Ghana, Panama and Papua New Guinea among other locations. The Czech Academy of Sciences has been operating a research centre in New Guinea for almost two decades.
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