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Wigglesworth Memorial Lecture

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  • Stephen Simpson, Australia 
  • Organization : School of Biological Science, University of Sydney
  • Position : Professor
  • Research area : A Tale of Swarms, Cannibals, Obesity and Ageing
  • Presentation Title : From individuals to populations: a tale of swarms, cannibals, ageing and human                                                 obesity



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  • Takema Fukatsu, Japan 
  • Organization : National Institute of Advanced Industrial Biology and Technology
  • Position : Group Leader, Professor
  • Research area : Symbiotic Evolution and Biological Functions
  • Presentation Title : Biodiversity, Symbiosis and Evolution

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  • Thomas W. Scott, USA 
  • Organization : Department of Entomology, University of California, Mosquito Research Laboratory
  • Position : Professor, Director
  • Research area : Epidemiology and prevention mosquito-borne disease
  • Presentation Title : Pathogen transmission dynamics at the human-mosquito interface

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  • Ilkka Hanski, Finland 
  • Organization : Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Helsinki
  • Position : Professor
  • Research area : Insect Biodiversity and its Conservation in Fragmented Landscapes
  • Presentation Title : Habitat loss and fragmentation – What happens to insect populations                                                 and species?


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  • Christian Borgemeister  
  • Organization : International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology
  • Position : Director General and CEO
  • Research area :Entomology for poverty alleviation
  • Presentation Title : Insect science and poverty alleviation – tales from Africa

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  • Kongming Wu, China 
  • Organization : Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
  • Position : Director Professor
  • Research area : Area-wide Integrated Pest Management Strategy in Bt Cotton Agro ecosystem
  • Presentation Title : Ecological Succession of Insect Populations in Bt cotton agroecosystem:
                                                     a Case Analysis in China