International Institute of Entomology (IIE)

Institut international d'entomologie

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1909. A constituent Institute of CABI, ceased autonomous existence from Jan 1998, when, together with International Institute of Biological Control (IIBC), International Institute of Parasitology (IIP) and International Mycological Institute (IMI), integrated into CABI Bioscience. Original title: Entomology Research Committee (Tropical Africa). Name changed: 1912, to Imperial Bureau of Entomology, when scope was extended; 1930, to Imperial Institute of Entomology, when came within the framework of the 'Imperial Agricultural Bureaux (IAB)', subsequently Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux (CAB); 1947, to Commonwealth Institute of Entomology; 1986, to CAB International Institute of Entomology (CIE). Present name adopted 1990. Ceased to exist when CABI Bioscience was integrated back into CABI, 2006.


Facilitate and provide research, training and information on insects and mites in support of sustainable agriculture, forestry, horticulture and the environment and biodiversity worldwide.

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Carries out core research as well as research for national and international organizations and donors. The Institute is organized into the following areas of activity: agricultural entomology; biodiversity; environmental change; biosystematics products; identification services; training; publishing activity. National and international training courses and individual training programmes for professionals in research, agriculture and horticulture.

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Subjects *

  • Invertebrates
    • Insects
  • Agriculture, Fisheries
    • Agriculture
  • Development
    • Sustainable Development

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 2: Zero Hunger



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23. Jan 2007
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