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Rodenticide resistance confirmed in new areas of UK
Rodenticide resistance confirmed in new areas of UK
Rodenticide resistance in rats has been confirmed in several new areas including Durham, Northumberland, Tyneside, North Yorkshire, Greater Manchester, along the River Severn valley from Somerset to North West Shropshire, Northern East Anglia and Devon.
Could you make a presentation at ICUP 2020?
Could you make a presentation at ICUP 2020?
If you are involved in urban pest management research, or, perhaps, have a more practical case study that has lessons to share, now’s the time to speak up. The organisers of the International Conference on Urban Pests (ICUP) 2020 are looking for topics to be presented at their next event to be held in Barcelona, Spain. But hurry you only have until 16 September 2019 to submit your abstract.
Ticks prefer type A blood
Ticks prefer type A blood
If you have type A blood, the second most common type in the UK, then, you may want to take extra precautions to protect yourself from ticks. New research from the University of Masaryk in the Czech Republic reveals that ticks have a preference for blood type A!
Delegates and speakers from across the globe attend ICUP 2017
Delegates and speakers from across the globe attend ICUP 2017
There is no other event in the world that can match the International Conference on Urban Pests (ICUP) for its strength and depth of urban pest management expertise. Held every three years the 2017 event, which came to Birmingham, UK from 9 to 12 July, attracted some 250 pest management academics and service professionals from across the globe.
Countdown to ICUP at Birmingham
Countdown to ICUP at Birmingham
There are fewer than five weeks to the opening of the 9th International Conference on Urban Pests (ICUP) to be held in Birmingham, UK between 9-12 July 2017.
Brexit tops the story leader board in 2016
Brexit tops the story leader board in 2016
It should come as no surprise that the impact of the shock result in the referendum on the UK’s continuing membership of the European Union came top of the most well read stories in our 2016 best read web articles league. It was, after all, probably the biggest news story of the year for us Brits!
ICUP 2017 programme and don’t miss early bird deal
ICUP 2017 programme and don’t miss early bird deal
The programme for ICUP 2017 to be held in Birmingham, UK between 9-12 July 2017 is now available. Whilst the official deadline for the early bird discount is 31 January, it will be worth checking the website to see if it has been extended.
Bed bugs needed for global research
Bed bugs needed for global research
Professor Ed Vargo from the Department of Entomology, Texas A&M University is looking for your help. He needs bed bug samples for globally significant research into the genetic make-up of bed bugs. This research is important work and may give insights into the worldwide spread of bed bugs in the modern resurgence as well as further detail on the mechanisms of insecticide resistance.


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