Department of Entomology and Department of Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences researchers received nearly $1 million to help prevent and control invasive species in Michigan.
Beginning January 2017, Henry Chung is a new assistant professor in the Department of Entomology, bringing expertise in understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying areas such as insecticide resistance.
Experts in crop pollination working under the Integrated Crop Pollination Project will present a series of webinars on "Ensuring Crop Pollination in US Specialty Crops."
The Department of Entomology welcomes Marisol Quintanilla as MSU’s new applied nematologist, starting Jan. 15, 2017.
The Immature Insects 2017 calendar is brought to you by the students of ENT 838: Taxonomy of Immature Insects, during the fall semester of 2016.
In this Fall 2016 issue of “Bugged", we’ll show you why we’re thankful for everyone involved in the Department of Entomology.
Congratulations to Jim Smith, one of two MSU faculty elected an AAAS Fellow for 2017 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. This national recognition is awarded to researchers for their efforts to advance science or its applications.
Did participation in a student club enhance your MSU experience? This year's #GivingTUEsday campaign in the college is to raise $5,000 to support Student Club Grants through the CANR Alumni Association.
Learn what MSU researchers are doing about a tiny invasive fly called spotted wing drosophila that's causing major problems for the fruit industry.
MSU Entomology's Bill Ravlin's photographs were featured on the cover and month of August in a calendar given out to nearly 7,000 attendees of the International Congress of Entomology meeting, hosted by Entomological Society of America.
On Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, from 6-8 p.m. at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing, MSU will host A Pollination Forum to present the latest information on issues facing bees and the solutions being developed to support crop pollination.
The National Science Foundation is funding a $3.2 million effort to digitize millions of butterfly and moth specimens within the Lepidoptera of the North American Network.