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  1. WASHINGTON DC: An evidence of 27 new, previously unknown viruses in bees has been found by a team of international researchers. The finding could now help scientists design certain strategies ...

  2. Kansas Lt. Gov. Tracey Mann grew up on a farm near Quinter. Mann was on an official visit Friday in Hays, where he toured the Kansas State University Agricultural Research Center and visited ...

  3. VERIFY: Can tea tree oil repel ticks?

    KARE 11 Minneapolis-St. Paul5 days ago

    A viewer said she's seen posts on Facebook claiming tea tree oil can repel ticks. Our Verify team talked to the experts.

  4. Sakamoto is an assistant research professor of entomology and Whitehead is a doctoral candidate in entomology at Pennsylvania State University. This article was originally published ...

  5. UMD Extension to host genetics literacy course

    Carroll County Times3 days ago

    Understanding genetics, at least at some level, is fundamental for making decisions in today’s world, said Leslie Pick, professor and chair of the University of Maryland Department of Entomology ...

  6. Adult Bug Camp, for the kid in us all

    Fairbanks Daily News-Miner7 days ago

    No matter what your childhood memories of camp or even if you’re a bit squeamish about bugs, this opportunity to spend 12 hours with instructor Derek Sikes should not to be missed. Derek is ...

  7. An international team of researchers has discovered evidence of 27 previously unknown viruses in bees. The finding could help scientists design strategies to prevent the spread of viral pathogens ...

  8. IMAGE: University of Utah Professor Kirsten Butcher works with a 4th-grade student to discover a digitized dinosaur bone during a Research Quest investigation. The National Science Foundation ...

  9. On Wednesday morning, a contractor dressed in a work helmet, vest and gloves drilled small holes in rows of University of Colorado ash trees. Then, he injected the trees with measured spurts ...

  10. Rich Zack, Washington State University professor of entomology, said spittlebugs, or what entomologists also call “piercing sucking insects,” use their needle-like mouthparts to suck ...

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