A grade-school curriculum using arthropods as a channel for social-emotional learning and a weekly, interactive entomology webcast earned honors in the Entomological Society of America's first annual award recognizing excellence in science communication.
More than 30 years after arriving in the U.S., Varroa mites remain the leading pest of honey bees. A new article in the Journal of Insect Science takes a comprehensive look at integrated pest management of Varroa mites and the prospects for new tools and solutions to reduce honey bee losses.
Learn more about the work of several entomologists who are organizing and speaking at the 9th Latin American/Hispanic Symposium: Rising Strong in Entomology, taking place virtually during Entomology 2021.
A new study shows that male mosquitoes hover near humans but tend not to land or bite—a behavior researchers suspect is a tactic for finding female mates.
Meet Krystal Hans, Ph.D., whose research on teaching forensic entomology to both students and law enforcement earned her a spot in the Early Career Professional Recognition Symposium at Entomology 2021. Learn more about Hans and her work in the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.