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.
ICE 2022: A Graduate Student’s Perspective
With the first International Congress of Entomology of the COVID-19 era finally in the books, a Ph.D. student in entomology who participated in Helsinki shares his experience and the value he found in attending the (usually) quadrennial gathering of global entomologists.
Fall Armyworm in Nepal: The Importance of Early, Targeted Intervention
As the fall armyworm has expanded its range in Asia and Africa, international collaborations are at work to respond. In Nepal, early warnings and training prepared the country's agricultural community well ahead of time.
HyFlex and Insects: Student Learning and Community Engagement
In the new normal for education after the arrival of COVID-19, hybrid and flexible (or "HyFlex") teaching models are growing in use—including in entomology.