Meet entomologist Sajjan Grover, Ph.D., whose work as a senior scientist in early discovery and product development at Bayer Crop Science earned him a spot in the Early Career Professional Recognition Symposium at Entomology 2023. Learn more about Grover and his work in this next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.
A train-the-trainer approach paired with engaging resources on pollinators and a Spanish-language online extension publication have been honored this year by the Entomological Society of America for excellence in science communication.
As ESA celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, a growing Latin American and Hispanic community in insect science marks 10 years since launching its yearly gathering at ESA Annual Meetings. Learn more about the history of the Latin/Hispanic Symposium, and mark your calendars for the 11th edition coming up at Entomology 2023 in November.
A wide variety of insects cause their host plants to form protective galls. These abnormal growths are rich in nutrients—as well as contaminants the plant might absorb from the soil. New research shows these insect-induced galls can double as highly sensitive pollution detectors.