A Post-Election Washington D.C.: The ESA Science Policy Fellows’ Perspective

By Johanna Elsensohn on behalf of the 2014 and 2015 Science Policy Fellows (Marianne Alleyne, Thomas Anderson, Jamin Dreyer, Kamal Gandhi, Anders Huseth, Rayda Krell, Clare Rittschof, Ariel Rivers, and Helen Spafford) The 2014 and 2015 ESA Science Policy (SP) Fellows visited Washington, D.C., the week after the November election, and one thing was clear: […]

Walking Among Giants in Northwest Thailand

This post is the first in the “Travel Bug” series by Laura Kraft, a recent graduate from the University of Georgia, who will be chronicling her travels in Asia from an entomological perspective. “This is my office,” Dr. Robinson says jokingly, slinging his backpack onto his back and mounting his bike with a gesture of […]

Entomology Today Gives Thanks

Entomology Today will be taking a break over the Thanksgiving holiday, but we wanted to take a moment to thank all of the readers who visit this blog on a regular basis. Whether you’re a practicing entomologist or a non-entomologist with an interest in the fascinating world of insects, we’re glad to have you here. We’d also […]

ACE Crosses the 1,000 Mark

On Nov. 16, 2016, Rudy Ayala, owner and operator of Spearhead Pest Control in Ventura, CA, passed his Associate Certified Entomologist exam, becoming the 1,000th ACE. Ayala, a U.S. Army veteran and Vice Chair of Pest Control Operators of California in his district, said he pursued ACE as part of his drive toward excellence. “The […]

Which Insecticide Spray Should You Use For Bed Bug Eggs?

Well, it depends. The efficacy of different insecticide sprays depends on a few different factors, such as which strain of bed bug is being treated, how resistant the strain is to the insecticide being used, and the permeability of the chemicals in relation to the egg shell composition, reports a recent study published in the […]