Royal Entomological Society – Insect Behaviour Special Interest Group
Insects have extremely refined sensory capabilities that allow them to locate mates, food and shelter and, in some cases, to navigate halfway across the world. This meeting will provide an overview of the latest achievements in insect behavioural research relating to movement and resource location. It will bring together interested parties to discuss how different sensory inputs shape the behavioural outputs of insect movement from the lab to global scale.
The meeting is open to 60 delegates on a first-come first-served basis. If you wish to offer an oral presentation or a poster, or attend without presenting, please fill in a registration form below.
Abstract submission deadline 31 January 2018
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Location: Rothamsted Research
Co-ordinated by: Royal Entomological Society - Insect Behaviour Special Interest Group with Jozsef Vuts and Jason Lim (Convenors), 10:00 - 17:00