ESA Supports Free Exchange of Scientific Information and Evidence-Based Policy

By Dr. Susan J. Weller 2017 President of the Entomological Society of America Although the membership of the Entomological Society of America (ESA) is diverse, we share a core belief that objective science is essential to the existence of a free and democratic society. ESA is a scientific and not a political organization, and therefore […]

Interview with Shelah Morita on Science Policy and Entomology

Product Cycle for Nanotechnology Risk Assessment

By Gwen Pearson As someone who’s had a bit of a meandering career path, I’m always interesting in talking to others who have found happiness off the tenure track. I was excited to have a chance to sit down with Shelah Morita, AAAS Energy, Environment, and Agriculture Fellow, at the recent ESA meeting in Austin. […]

ESA Launches Science Policy Program

The Entomological Society of America (ESA) has added a new section to its website on science policy. ESA’s public and science policy initiatives focus on raising awareness of the importance of the entomological sciences in policy discussions, educating policymakers, and providing our members with a voice in science policy debates. The new section features ESA […]