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Insect Week returns in 2022

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  • National Insect Week 2020 is Here!


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  • Entomology at Home for National Insect Week #EntoAtHome  #NIW2020

    This year for National Insect Week we hope everyone can appreciate the ‘little things that run the world’ from wherever you live by doing some entomology at home.

    If you can find a live insect, why not take a photo and enter...

  • Great Bug Hunt 2019 winners announced

    The winners of this year’s Great Bug Hunt competition have been announced! The competition, brought to you by the Association for Science Education (ASE) and supported by the Royal Entomological Society (RES), takes science learning out of the classroom and brings it to life outdoors. ...

  • THE YEAR OF THE FLY

       In 2019 a series of events is taking place worldwide to celebrate the...

  • Insect Isles Project

  • Great Bug Hunt 2018 winners announced

    The winners of this year’s Great Bug Hunt competition have been announced! The competition, brought to you by the Association for Science Education (ASE) and supported by the Royal Entomological Society (RES), takes science learning out of the classroom and brings it to life outdoors. ...

  • Photography Competition launched

    The National Insect Week photography competition was launched on Monday 18th June with categories for under and over 18’s. You can enter online now at www.nationalinsectweek.co.uk/photography. The...

  • Insect events nationwide

    Celebrate insects across the country during National Insect Week 2018!

    The UK will be buzzing and crawling with hundreds of events during National Insect Week 2018. From 18th to 24th June there will be opportunities to join minibeast...

  • National Insect Week 2018 launch at RHS Garden Wisley

    National Insect Week 2018 launch at RHS Garden Wisley

    18th June 12.00-14.00 (invited guests and press launch)

    The UK will be buzzing and crawling with hundreds of events during National Insect...

  • Stories

    The Royal Entomological Society has announced the winners of its Student Awards for articles about an entomological topic that would be of interest to the general public.

    You can read the award winning articles by clicking below...

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Most sophisticated communicators

The honeybee waggledance can communicate the distance and direction of a good patch of nectar flowers.

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