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  World with


  Insect
      Science

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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31 May 2024

Trustee opportunities 2024

Want to shape the future of the Royal Entomological Society? We have an exciting opportunity for two trustees to join the RES team from September 2024. We are looking for candidates ready to actively contribute to the governance and strategic direction of the Society in two key leadership roles: Chair of Science, Policy and Society Committee and Chair of Outreach…

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17 May 2024

New RES Small Project Grants launched

We have recently launched an exciting new funding opportunity for small research projects. The Royal Entomological Society seeks to supports projects focused on insect science. Our Small Project Grants can be used for new and innovative insect research, including applying an established methodology to a understudied insect species or a new methodology to a well-studied species. These grants aim to…

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14 May 2024

RES Scholarships 2024

We’re proud to welcome new RES entomology scholars at Harper Adams University. Join us in congratulating Sharna Broadhurst, Ella Curry and Bethany Wright on their RES MSc scholarships. The Royal Entomological Society is committed to supporting the next generation of entomologists. We aim to provide opportunities, funding and recognition for insect scientists at every stage of their education and careers.…

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