1 April, 2013
SECOND NOTICE AND CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
“Thirty years of Thornhill Alcock: The Evolution of Insect Mating Systems”
ENTO 13: Royal Entomological Society International Symposium and National Science Meeting.
4th-6th September 2013, University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Online registration is now open for ENTO 13. ENTO 13 will comprise an international symposium celebrating 30 years of Thornhill Alcock’s landmark publication on
the evolution of insect mating systems, with plenary talks from 15 leading researchers from the around the world. There will also be the National Science Meeting, for which we invite contributed talks and posters on research associated with one of our seven
themed sessions or on any topic in entomology for one of our open sessions.
Themed sessions for the National Meeting include: Sexual Selection in Insects; Nuptial Feeding in Insects; Pollinator Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution; Beneficial
Insects: Biological Control and Beyond; Entomology for the Masses: Impact and Outreach; Insect Community Ecology; Insect Genomics.
Online registration can be found here: http://www.royensoc.co.uk/register/
Full details of ENTO 13 and how to offer talks and posters can be found here:
DEADLINE for early-bird registration and abstract submission is 30th April 2013
For further information please email:
International Symposium Convenors: David Shuker (email@example.com) and Leigh Simmons (firstname.lastname@example.org)
National Science Meeting Convenor: Graham Stone (email@example.com)