Please see details below for how to submit abstracts for Papers and Posters the upcoming virtual conference:

Pest Odyssey 2021 - The Next Generation

Pest Odyssey 2021- The Next Generation

Detect, Respond, Recover - best practice IPM in 2021

This will be a fully virtual conference from 20th to 22nd September 2021 and will enable participants to focus on changes and new developments in IPM over the last ten years

Call for “poster” abstracts: Pest Odyssey 2021 – the Next Generation

Submissions are invited for “posters” to be presented at the third Pest Odyssey Conference.

As this will be an entirely virtual conference, “posters” will be Pecha kuccha style 5-minute presentations (5 slides in 5 minutes), rather than the traditional poster format. We invite contributions looking at the conference themes of science, sustainability and climate change in relation to IPM. Additionally, “posters” examining how to carry out IPM well and what a successful IPM programme looks like over 10+ years, as well as those discussing methods of advocacy and successful ways to share the IPM message both in your organisation and the wider world would be welcomed.

 We hope that this format will encourage first-time or nervous presenters to contribute and they will be especially welcome.

Abstracts should be a maximum of 200 words and should be submitted as a Word document to pestodysseyuk@gmail.com by 12 a.m. (midnight) GMT on March 14th 2021.

Successful authors will be notified by 30th April 2021. Completed “posters” will be required as a 500-word article with a maximum of six images by 30th June 2021 for peer review for inclusion in the conference publication.

Call for abstracts: Pest Odyssey 2021 – the Next Generation

Deadline Extension to 31st January 2021

Submissions are invited for the third Pest Odyssey Conference.

We invite contributions looking at science, sustainability and climate change in relation to IPM. Additionally, papers examining how to carry out IPM well and what a successful IPM programme looks like over 10+ years. Methods of advocacy and successful ways to share the IPM message both in your organisation and the wider world will be welcomed.

Abstracts should be a maximum of 500 words and should be submitted to pestodysseyuk@gmail.com by 12 a.m. (midnight) GMT on January 31st 2021.

Successful authors will be notified by 8th March 2021. Completed papers will be required by 30th June 2021 for peer review for inclusion in the conference publication.

 Poster abstracts will be invited, but the call for these will follow later.

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