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Entomology 2013 Set for November

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The Entomological Society of America's annual meeting will take place in Austin, Texas, Nov. 10-13.

| May 8, 2013

AUSTIN, Texas - The Entomological Society of America's annual meeting, Entomology 2013, is set for Nov. 10-13 in Austin Texas. 

"Plan to join 3,000 researchers, professors, graduate and undergraduate students, extension service personnel, administrators, research technicians, consultants and others from around the globe for four days of science networking and fun," organizers said. "This is the most important annual conference anywhere in the world for the science of entomology."

The 2013 theme is "Science Impacting a Connected World." The conference will take place at the Austin Convention Center in downtown Austin. For more information, visit entsoc.org.  

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