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The Royal Entomological Society is devoted to the understanding and development of insect science. We support international collaboration, research and publication. We aim to show every person how remarkable and valuable insects are and want to enrich the world with insect science.

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26 February 2024

RES Partnership with Into The Wild Podcast

We’re so excited to be supporting the Into The Wild podcast with funding from the RES Goodman Fund. For the next 12 months, Into The Wild will be partnering up with the Royal Entomological Society. Focusing on insect science, the Society supports global research, collaboration and publication of the work and knowledge in entomology. In their first episode of 2024,…

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14 February 2024

RES Collaboration with Seedball

New Seedball collaboration with Royal Entomological Society creates a buzz at Spring Fair 2024 Disruptive wildflower gardening company, Seedball, launched a set of three seed ball matchboxes created in collaboration with the Royal Entomological Society (RES) at this year’s Spring Fair. Featuring winning photographs from RES’s 2022 Photography Competition on the matchboxes, the collaboration aims to raise awareness of the…

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30 January 2024

Call for Papers: New challenges in the management of Insecticide resistance

New Special Issue for the Medical and Veterinary Entomology journal. Call for Papers New challenges in the management of insecticide resistance Letter of Intent submission deadline: Tuesday, 30 April 2024Manuscript submission deadline (for invited authors): Wednesday, 31 July 2024 Submit now Despite the efforts to develop alternative vector control measures, insecticides are still crucial to avoid the spread of vector-borne…

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