What have insects ever done for us?

George McGavin
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19:00 - 20:00
Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Parks Road
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Lectures and seminars
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If you want to understand how ecology works, you need to know about insects.

Insects sustain life on Earth and we ignore them at our peril.

Join us for a talk by TV's George McGavin about the wonderful world of insects. Part of the newly formed Oxford University Entomology Society lecture series.

About the Speaker:
George McGavin studied Zoology at Edinburgh University, followed by a PhD in entomology at Imperial College London and the London Natural History Museum. After 30 years as an academic, much of which was spent at Oxford University Museum of Natural History, George became an award-winning television presenter. He is now an Honorary Research Associate of OUMNH and an Honorary Principal Research Fellow at Imperial College. George is also a Fellow of the Linnean Society, an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology, and an Honorary Life Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society. In 2019 George became the President of the Dorset Wildlife Trust.