AES Members' Day and AGM 2010
24 April 2010 11:00 - 16:00
Location: Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity, Darwin Building, Natural History Museum, London, UK.
Our 75th Anniversary Members' Day will involve talks, workshops, displays, member exhibits, tours and a children's insect craft table.
There will also be a chance to meet museum staff and find out what is available throughout the year at the new Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity, in the new Darwin Building extension at London's Natural History Museum.
- Stuart Hine, Natural History Museum: 'The Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity'
- Sarah Beynon (Oxford University): 'Beetles in history'
- Samuel Baylis: 'What the Bug Club has done for me'
- Ella Roy and Remy Ware, University of Cambridge: 'Ladybirds at altitude'
- 3rd Annual Leonard Tesch Lecture: Dr Robin Wootton, AES President: 'How and why do butterflies fly?'
- Matt Shardlow (Buglife): 'Why and how insect conservation has come a long way'
The AGM will last approximately 20 minutes. If you are interested in joining the AES council then you can stand at the AGM. Your Society needs people who are prepared to actively commit their energy, enthusiasm, experience or expertise - or all of the above! - to help move the Society forward.
This event was organised by the AES.
For further information please refer to the printed publications you have received (if you are a member) or contact us.
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