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NCUE Scheduled for May 20-23

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The 2012 National Conference on Urban Entomology is a gathering intended to facilitate open communication of information among pest management professionals and scientists in industry, academia and government.

| April 11, 2012

The 2012 National Conference on Urban Entomology (NCUE) takes place May 20-23, at the Atlanta Marriott Perimeter, Center 246 Perimeter Center Parkway NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30346. The phone number is 770/394-6500.

The NCUE emphasizes innovation and research on household, structural and public health arthropod pests. The conference goal is to facilitate open communication of information among pest management professionals and scientists in industry, academia and government.

For more information visit http://ncue.tamu.edu.

The registration can be downloaded here.

 

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