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Entomology Symposia announced for ESA Annual Meeting

April 13, 2009

Eight program symposia have been selected for the Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America (ESA), which will be held in Indianapolis, Indiana, December 13-16.

The symposium titles are listed below, and full descriptions and other information can be found at the ESA website at:

http://www.entsoc.org/am/cm/submit/program.htm
  • Bringing Geospatial Colleagues, Science and Ideas Together: Opportunities for Spatial Analysis and Remote Sensing in Entomology
  • Celebrating Stern et al. (1959): The Past, Present, and Future of IPM
  • Celebrating the Role of Entomology in the Genomics Revolution
  • Colleagues, Science and Ideas: Investigating Chemicals, Signals, and Interactions
  • Entomology and Bioenergy
  • Insect Molecular Physiology: Basic Science to Applications
  • Serendipity: Celebrating the Synchrony of Ideas, Colleagues, and Science in Unexpected Ways
  • Teaching: Ideas to Contemplate - ESA Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching Winners
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For more information on the ESA Annual Meeting, go to http://www.entsoc.org/am/cm/index.htm.

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