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2018-11-11 — 2018-11-14, Vancouver
We are excited to host the 2018 Entomological Society of America (ESA), Entomological Society of Canada (ESC) and Entomological Society of British Columbia (ESBC) in the breathtaking city of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This offers unique opportunities to share your research, gain exposure, and collaborate across border and across the Societies. Connect with over 3,000 scientists and researchers from around the globe over the four science-filled days. Submissions for Program Symposia are ... [Information of the supplier]
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The 24 Symposium Internationale Entomofaunisticum Europae Centralis (SIEEC) will be held in Bratislava, Slovakia and continues in the long tradition of the previous symposia lasting already more than 50 years. The Symposium takes place every two years and is addressed to entomologists and enthusiasts from all over Central Europe - sensu lato. SIEEC focuses on all aspects connected with entomofaunistics, therefore besides faunistics also presentations dealing with taxonomy, systematics, ecology, biogeography, ... [Information of the supplier]
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2014-12-01 — 2014-12-03, Melaka
The Entomological Society of Malaysia (ENTOMA) was established on the 22nd of August 1994 with the prime objective to stimulate public awareness on the importance of insect studies and also to build networking among the entomological researchers at the national and international level. Theme: “Insect: Harnessing the Power, Unlocking its Potential” Objectives: i) To provide a medium of exchange of professional thought. ii) To explore and understand the function of insect life from various aspects ... [Information of the supplier]
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2018-03-19 — 2018-03-21, Langkawi
The Entomological Society of Malaysia (ENTOMA) is pleased to invite you to participate in the International Symposium on Insects (ISol 2018) that will be held in Langkawi Island, Malaysia. This symposium offers events for 2 days consisting of poster and paper presentations from 19th-20th March 2018. In line with the theme: "Insect: Beyond Expectation", the conference provide a broad-based platform for delegates to interact, highlighting the knowledge and achievement in worldwide insect studies and ... [Information of the supplier]
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Das Programm liegt erst im Herbst 2015 vor und kann auch unter www.biologiezentrum. at abgefragt werden – ca. 150 Insektenkundler aus verschiedensten europäischen Ländern besuchen alljährlich diese Veranstaltung. [Information of the supplier, modified]
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The objects of the society are to promote and support the study and appreciation of entomology in Alaska; to provide a forum for those interested in the study of entomology in Alaska; to disseminate scientific information on entomology in Alaska; to promote professional and social interaction among the general membership; and to achieve closer cooperation and understanding among members so that they may work together in the common cause of furthering the appreciation and knowledge concerning entomology ... [Information of the supplier]
Non-governmental organisationsResource type
The Amateur Entomologists' Society (AES), founded in 1935, is one of the UK's leading organisations for people interested in insects. The society produces four publications (Bulletin of the Amateur Entomologists' Society, Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, Bug Club Magazine, and Invertebrate Conservation News) and supplies some online resources (articles and the online publication Beetle News). The Bug Club is for youngsters (5-15 approximately) interested in insects and other minibeasts. The ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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The Arbeitsgemeinschaft Bayerischer Entomologen e.V. (Study group Bavarian entomologists) was founded as Arbeitsgruppe Fränkischer Entomologen in Fürth (near Nürnberg) in 1958. After some structural and organisational changes the association was named Arbeitsgemeinschaft Nordbayerischer Entomologen e.V. (ANE) and finally Arbeitsgemeinschaft Bayerischer Entomologen e.V. (ABE). Domicile of the ABE is Bamberg. As association of public utility the aims of ABE are scientific work, research and natural ... [Information of the supplier, translated and modified]
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The Australian Entomological Society, founded in 1965, achieves to advance and disseminate entomological knowledge in all its aspects, in relation to the Australian fauna. Therefore the society publishes the periodicals Australian Journal of Entomology and Myrmecia, organises scientific meetings and awards prizes to students and researchers. [Information of the supplier, modified]
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Mit 12 Millionen Arten ist die Australian National Insect Collection (ANIC) eine der weltgrößten Insektensammlungen, einschließlich Milben, Spinnen, Würmer und Tausenfüßler. ANIC ist eine Ressource der Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) und forscht seit mehr als 45 Jahren führend auf den Gebieten Evolutionsbiologie, Taxonomie, Management natürlicher Ressourcen, Ökosysteme und Biodiversität, Quarantänemanagement und biogeographische Wechselbeziehungen. Die Vielzahl ... [Information of the supplier, translated and modified]
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