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Online Talk – Ecological Entomology

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9 October @ 16:00 17:00

We are delighted to welcome back our monthly online talk series! The new series will run on the second Wednesday of the month at the new time of 16:00 – 17:00 (UK Time). Each session will be aligned with one of our seven scientific journals, so tune in to hear an in depth discussion on a specific field of entomology alongside key updates and new activities from the Society.

These talks are free for RES members, so join today! Please note, all attendees, including members, must register below to receive the link to attend the talk.

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Ecological Entomology

Wednesday 09 October
16:00 – 17:00 (BST)

The latest in our online talk series highlights RES journal, Ecological Entomology, publishing high-quality original research research on the ecology of insects and related invertebrate taxa. The journal aim is to publish papers that are motivated by ecological or evolutionary theory and will be of considerable interest to the wide community of ecologists.

We are delighted to be welcoming Jane Stout to speak. Jane is President Elect for the Royal Entomological Society, becoming President in September 2024.

Jane Stout
Trinity College Dublin

Jane Stout, professor in botany at Trinity College Dublin (TCD), is an internationally renowned expert on pollinator and pollination ecology, and a prominent voice for biodiversity and its value. Her research seeks to understand how land management practices, including agriculture and urbanisation, affect ecological processes and the benefits of nature for humans. Jane works across disciplines, and with a broad range of stakeholders in public and private organisations, to improve environmental policy and practice. She leads a large team of researchers in the Plant-Animal Interactions Research group in Botany, in the School of Natural Sciences in Trinity. She is co-founder and Chair of the Board of the Irish Forum on Natural Capital, and co-founder and deputy Chair of the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan.

Jane’s current research focusses on understanding and reversing drivers of pollinator loss – including exposure risk from pesticides, restoration of habitats for pollinators in human-dominated landscapes, working with stakeholders across sectors.

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Free – £5.00


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