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Tuesday 26th June 2012
How insects use odours to find mates and food and how we can make use of this
Discover how scientists are exploring the way insects use chemical signals to interact with each other and with their environment and how we can use this to our benefit. The talks are part of the celebration of 'National Insect Week'.› nationalinsectweek.co.uk
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