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Paradoxically, insects are arguably the most dangerous yet beneficial creatures on the planet. While certain insects are responsible for spreading deadly diseases, destroying crops, and damaging property, others are necessary for life on Earth due to their roles as pollinators,…

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Initiatives

As the largest insect-science society in the world, the Entomological Society of America (ESA) is leading a global initiative to engage and empower other entities worldwide to take on grand challenges we face in the coming decades. This is a…

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News articles related to Aedes aegypti Summit

Below are links to a few news articles and blog posts which arose from the Summit in Maceió, Brazil on 13 March, 2016. A Canadian Broadcast Corporation article and video An article in the EntomologyToday blog A Brazil-wide television report…

Welcome

The Entomological Society of America (ESA) is leading a global initiative to engage and empower other entities worldwide to take on grand challenges we face in the coming decades. Read more …

News articles related to Aedes aegypti Summit

Below are links to a few news articles and blog posts which arose from the Summit in Maceió, Brazil on 13 March, 2016. A Canadian Broadcast Corporation article and video An article in the EntomologyToday blog A Brazil-wide television report…

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Welcome

The Entomological Society of America (ESA) is leading a global initiative to engage and empower other entities worldwide to take on grand challenges we face in the coming decades. Read more …

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