Honorary Fellowship for Professor Paul Eggleston


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Posted on 03 July 2015
"I am delighted to have been awarded life-long honorary membership of the Royal Entomological Society, which does so much to raise public awareness of insect science. I am grateful and honoured to have my contribution recognised in this way"

Professor Paul Eggleston has been awarded Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Entomological Society.

This award, made by the President, Officers and Council of the Society, is in recognition of his "eminent and distinguished service to Entomological Science and the Society".

Professor Eggleston has had a long association with the Royal Entomological Society, dating back to 1991 when he was Convenor of an International Symposium on 'Transgenic Insects' and Editor of the associated volume. More recently he was, for a number of years, a Member of Council and Trustee of the Society.

Since 2009, Professor Eggleston has been Editor-in-Chief of Insect Molecular Biology, which is published by the Society and ranked in the top five of Entomology journals.

Professor Eggleston said: "I am delighted to have been awarded life-long honorary membership of the Royal Entomological Society, which does so much to raise public awareness of insect science. I am grateful and honoured to have my contribution recognised in this way".


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