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Supporting Pollinator Habitats Through Operation Pollinator

Sponsored post: Biodiversity is essential for effective crop production and the health of our natural resources. Ensuring a sustainable food supply requires each of us to play a role in preserving our land and protecting pollinators and other beneficial insects and animals. Syngenta understands the importance of the interconnectedness of agriculture and nature and is committed to helping biodiversity flourish.

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Pest Quest

Board Game Teaches the Challenges, Uncertainty of IPM

A group of entomologists developed the board game Pest Quest to bring to life the complex agricultural scenarios and decision-making inherent in integrated pest management. Learn how the game was developed and try it yourself through a new article published in the open-access Journal of Integrated Pest Management.

Tess Brown

How a CDC Internship Set One Student’s Sights on Entomology

Through ESA and the CDC's Public Health Entomology for All program, Tess Brown gained hands-on experience working with mosquitoes and learning about vector-borne disease research. The senior at Southern University and A&M College now plans to pursue insect science in grad school.

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Fall Armyworm Study Shows Maize, Sorghum as Preferred Host Plants

Studies have shown host plants for fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) potentially numbering in the hundreds, but a group of researchers suggests differentiating between plants that the insect prefers for its full life cycle versus those that are more likely to be secondary food sources.

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a field of yellow wildflowers extending to the horizon, with a wire fence with wooden posts in the foreground, and a blue sky with fluffy white clouds above.

Supporting Pollinator Habitats Through Operation Pollinator

Sponsored post: Biodiversity is essential for effective crop production and the health of our natural resources. Ensuring a sustainable food supply requires each of us to play a role in preserving our land and protecting pollinators and other beneficial insects and animals. Syngenta understands the importance of the interconnectedness of agriculture and nature and is committed to helping biodiversity flourish.

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The Best of 2022 on Entomology Today

Take a look back at what Entomology Today readers found most interesting and engaging in 2022—plus what generated buzz in ESA's social media channels and its family of journals.

Isobel Ronai, Ph.D.

How One Entomologist is Taking a Global Perspective on Tick-Borne Diseases

Meet Isobel Ronai, Ph.D., postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University, whose work on tick biology and tick-borne diseases earned her a spot in the Early Career Professional Recognition Symposium at the 2022 Joint Annual Meeting of ESA, ESC, and ESBC. Learn more about Ronai and her work in this next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.

a field of yellow wildflowers extending to the horizon, with a wire fence with wooden posts in the foreground, and a blue sky with fluffy white clouds above.

Supporting Pollinator Habitats Through Operation Pollinator

Sponsored post: Biodiversity is essential for effective crop production and the health of our natural resources. Ensuring a sustainable food supply requires each of us to play a role in preserving our land and protecting pollinators and other beneficial insects and animals. Syngenta understands the importance of the interconnectedness of agriculture and nature and is committed to helping biodiversity flourish.

Isobel Ronai, Ph.D.

How One Entomologist is Taking a Global Perspective on Tick-Borne Diseases

Meet Isobel Ronai, Ph.D., postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University, whose work on tick biology and tick-borne diseases earned her a spot in the Early Career Professional Recognition Symposium at the 2022 Joint Annual Meeting of ESA, ESC, and ESBC. Learn more about Ronai and her work in this next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.

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New Insect Cell Line Database to Help Researchers Across the Globe

Insect cells serve as valuable testing tools for research and development in a variety of fields and industries, with the global count of established cell lines now at more than 1,200. A new database allows scientists to find and identify insect cell lines that could best match their research goals.