The International Congress of Entomology: 112 Years and Counting
Since 1910, the quadrennial International Congress of Entomology has provided a forum for advancing the frontiers of entomological research and a stage for facilitating collaboration, resolving differences, and promoting camaraderie in a scientific community that has become large, diverse, and broadly dispersed. On the eve of the XXVI ICE in Helsinki, learn about the origins of the global conference that brings the world's entomology community together.
How One Entomologist Has Created Community for LGBTQ+ Scientists
Meet Lauren Esposito, Ph.D., arachnologist and curator at the California Academy of Sciences and co-creator of 500 Queer Scientists, a grassroots visibility campaign for LGBTQ+ people and allies in STEM and beyond.
Graphical Abstracts: Where to Find Illustration and Design Help for Your Next Paper
Like any good figure or infographic, a graphical abstract can convey key concepts from a research article in a simple, attention-grabbing visual format. For students and professionals in entomology, learn about a variety of options for bringing your next graphical abstract to life.
How One Entomologist is Exploring Insect Pests in Midwestern Agroecosystems
Meet Adrian Pekarcik, Ph.D., incoming research entomologist with USDA-ARS, Asiatic garden beetle biologist, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.