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We are following the current Covid-19 Government advice and continue to work from home, Mansion House is closed for the safety of our staff.

We are not able to monitor all emails, so any general and membership enquiries should be sent to

Our Librarian will not have access to our collections from home, but will be happy to try and locate references available to download from the internet.

The insect identification service is still operating – please make enquiries via the form.

We hope that everyone stays safe and well.

Kirsty Whiteford - Registrar


Last Meeting: 14 September 2018, University of Leicester

Genomics is increasingly being seen as a tool that can be applied to facilitate research in a wide variety of areas, and the availability of insect genomes has increased rapidly. these tools are becoming increasingly widely available as sequencing costs continue to plummet. The goal of this SIG is to bring together both genomics practitioners and those who are just starting out or planning to use genomics techniques in Entomology. We hope to cover a range of topics including new technologies, bioinformatic challenges and specific projects across entomology that involve genomic techniques.

Hollie Marshall, University of Leicester,

Katherine Beadle, University of Exeter,

Twitter: #EntoGenomics2018

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