Symposium: Insect control technologies of the future
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Insect pests of agriculture and vectors of disease will always need to be managed. Recently we have seen major advances in a number of technological fields including genetics, electronics, robotics and application of insect control agents as well as significant changes in the regulatory environment in some regions. How will these changes affect how we manage the adverse effects of insect pests in the future? This symposium will seek to explore the possible impact of these technologies on insect management.
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