Wayne Jiang is part of IR-4’s efforts to build global science-based standards for pesticide regulations.
Tree fruit industries heavily rely on public and industry support, and banded together along with MSU to find a solution to keep the tree fruit industry competitive and sustainable.
An MSU research team is developing new techniques to eliminate the blueberry maggot, allowing Michigan growers to export their blueberries to new international markets.
The free Feb. 23, 2018, webinar will include an update on spotted wing Drosophila research in Michigan.
Marianna Szűcs’ research published in "Proceedings of the National Academy of Science" provides insight into improving establishment success of biological control agents.
Isaacs was recognized for his outstanding research and extension work for Michigan’s fruit growers.
Jacquelyn Albert, Holly Hooper and Margaret Lund received funding for their pursuit of graduate degrees in entomology.
The award honors those who make significant contributions to the well-being of the vegetable industry while not farming directly.
Ian Paulsen tells us why he added a minor in entomology to his double major—and why others should as well—and how it has opened the door to many opportunities, as well as become one of the greatest decisions ever made in his life.
Dave Smitley was honored by the Entomological Society of America (ESA) for his distinguished achievement in horticultural entomology.
MSU entomologists presented research, reconnected with alumni, met prospective students and faculty, competed in competitions and were honored at the 2018 Entomological Society of America annual meeting.
Database staff in the Albert J. Cook Arthropod Research Collection have spent the past year entering label data from North American butterflies and moths into a multi-organizational database.
Use this list to find MSU Entomology presentations at the ESA meeting or as an overview of our research.