World Malaria Day With Nothing But Nets: An Experience in Advocacy

Nothing But Nets Group Photo

By Thomas E. Anderson, Ph.D. As a Science Policy Fellow of the Entomological Society of America, I recently participated in the 2017 Nothing But Nets (NBN) Malaria Leadership Summit in Washington, DC, with Capitol Hill visits on World Malaria Day, April 25. This experience was very energizing and encouraging, demonstrating that, despite political divides, there […]

Highlights: Entomologists Join the Crowds to March for Science

March for Science - Andrea Lucky

On Saturday, entomologists stood up for science. In cities around the world, they gathered with scientists of myriad disciplines and non-scientists as well to remind the world about the critical role of science in human progress. Some traveled from a great distance to participate in the flagship March for Science in Washington, DC, while many […]

Recap: ESA Webinar on Science Advocacy

We March for Science

The upcoming March for Science will be a day of energy and enthusiasm for the critical value of science to society, but change will be measured over a much greater timeframe. That’s why scientists should equip themselves with the tools and know-how to effectively engage the public, media, and lawmakers on both specific research topics […]

Meet Three Entomologists Who Will March for Science

We March for Science

Nine days from today, a diverse array of scientists, influencers, and people who value the role of science in improving the human condition will gather to make their voice heard. The March for Science is expected to bring tens of thousands of supporters to Washington, DC, and to more than 500 satellite marches in cities […]

Collection of 1.25 Million Weevils and Planthoppers Donated to Arizona State University

O'Brien insect collection

One of the largest private insect collections in the world is changing hands, and along with it will go an endowment for continued study of the insects it contains. Yesterday, Arizona State University announced that the massive private entomological collection of Charlie and Lois O’Brien, including more than 1 million weevil specimens and 250,000 planthoppers, […]