At Two Universities, Students Work to Preserve Entomological History
Entomology teaching illustrations and zoological wall charts will be secured for the enjoyment of generations to come thanks to the work of entomology students at Kansas State University and the University of Wisconsin.
How One Entomologist Became a Detective of ‘Pest Mysteries’
Meet Lorena Lopez, Ph.D., expert in mites and biological control, past president of the Acarological Society of America, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.
Entomological Medicine: How One Scientist is Working to Bring Maggot Therapy Into Wider Use
The use of blow fly larvae to clean and heal serious wounds is a valuable but underused medical treatment. Physician and entomologist Ronald Sherman, M.D., leads a nonprofit foundation to support patient care, education and research in maggot therapy. Learn more in this Q&A.
How One Entomologist Rears Insects to Support Research and Development
Meet Joseph Disi, Ph.D., entomologist at Bayer Crop Science, insect-rearing expert, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.