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Robert Washino -- an ESA Fellow, emeritus professor of entomology, and a longtime academic administrator at the University of California, Davis -- has been selected as a recipient of a 2012 Distinguished Scholarly...
Phillip Kaufman, a veterinary entomologist at the University of Florida, recently undertook a dung beetle investigation on Florida livestock farms which was published in the latest issue of the Annals of the...
Gene Robinson, University of Illinois entomology professor and Institute for Genomic Biology director, has published a new study in Science that suggests that thrill-seeking is not limited to humans and other...
David Buntin, a professor at the University of Georgia, and Robert Wiedenmann, a professor at the University of Arkansas and Vice President of the ESA, were both featured in this news video from Little Rock, AR, where...
Eric Benson, an entomology professor at Clemson University, and Nick Seiter, a Clemson graduate student, are featured in this news video on the kudzu bug, an invasive insect originally from Asia. The insects get their...
Philip G. Koehler, a professor of urban entomology with the University of Floridas Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, and Roberto M. Pereira, an IFAS associate research scientist, worked with US Navy...
Carl Jones, professor and head of the Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology at the University of Tennessee and a former ESA Governing Board member, passed away Friday, February 1. A memorial service will be held...
Jon K. Gelhaus, an evolutionary biologist at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, recently received the Best Scientist in Nature and Environment Medal for his “significant contribution in...
Jody L. Gangloff-Kaufmann, a senior extension associate with the New York State Integrated Pest Management Program at Cornell University, is the author of Wasp and Bee Management: A Common-Sense Approach. The 88-page,...
Jessica L. Ware, an assistant professor at Rutgers University, has been selected to join an international team of more than 50 scientists embarking on a massive project to unravel the secrets of the evolutionary...
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This edition of eNews contains information about the NSF reinstating its program to support biological specimen collections, an NAS report on gene-drive modified organisms, the ICE 2016 commemorative poster,...
This edition of ESA Science Policy News contains news about an ESA Subject Matter Expert to interact with the EPA’s Office of Pesticide Programs, the ESA Science Policy Fellows' visit to Washington,...
This edition of eNews contains information about an ESA Letter to the National Science Foundation on the Collections in Support of Biological Research Program, a new subject section on Pollinator Ecology and...
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During September, 2013, there were several news reports of multitudes of crickets invading Oklahoma City. Many of these scenes were catured on video, which you can see below.
This video shows a very colorful peacock spider busting some crazy dance moves with techno music in the background. Click here to read more about the spider and for more videos. Watch the video below.  
This is a fascinating documentary about spiders, made by National Geographic. Watch the video below:  
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Annapolis, MD; June 28, 2016 -- This week is National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, and the Entomological Society of America is supporting the effort with a special collection of articles about the Asian tiger...
Annapolis, MD; June 27, 2016 -- The Entomological Society of America is pleased to announce the winners of its 2016 awards. The awards will be presented at the International Congress of Entomology in Orlando, Florida,...
Annapolis, MD; May 10, 2016 – Tick-borne diseases such as Heartland virus, Lyme disease, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever are serious public-health threats. In order to address these threats, the U.S. Centers for...
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