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Insects scientists to meet in Minneapolis
Date:3/15/2011

Hundreds of entomologists are set to meet next week at the Radisson University Hotel, in Minneapolis on March 13-16, 2011 as the North Central Branch of the Entomological Society of America holds its 66th Annual Meeting.

Symposia topics will include public health/bed bug entomology, biocontrol of invasive species, trends in corn IPM/IRM research, Diabrotica populations and Sontrol tactics, soybean aphid management, and insect biodiversity in urban environments.

In addition to the traditionally information-packed scientific program, the meeting will also include a Welcome Reception, an Insect Photo Salon, a Graduate Student Luncheon, an Awards Luncheon, and the always-entertaining Linnaean Games entomological quiz bowl competition.

A searchable database of all presentations and their abstracts is available at http://www.ent.iastate.edu/entsoc/2011/interactive.

For more information about the meeting visit http://www.ncb2011.umn.edu/index.htm.

Journalists who would like to attend should contact Mark Boetel at mark.boetel@ndsu.edu, or 701-231-7901, for press passes.


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Contact: Mark Boetel
mark.boetel@ndsu.edu
701-231-7901
Entomological Society of America
Source:Eurekalert

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