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  1. The "Innovations in Passive Infrared Motion Sensors, Smart Home Sensors, Sport Motion Analysis, Insect Monitoring, and Time-of-flight Sensors" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's ...

  2. Jen Olson, with the Plant Disease and Insect Diagnostic Laboratory at Oklahoma State University shows rose bush with a normal stem, left, and a stem infected with rose rosette virus,

  3. A study at University of Reading found tiny fragments of plastic were getting inside flying insects that lay their eggs in water. Academics discovered "mircoplastics" inside larvae remained ...

  4. Scientists have unveiled a new autonomous device. It's a flying robot with flapping wings that can dart through the air like an insect.

  5. Mosquitoes are eating plastic. Why that's a big problem.

    13 News, WVEC Hampton Roads1 hour ago

    Young mosquitoes who eat even small pieces of plastic could be contaminating other insects and mammals, according to new research. Authors of a paper – published in The Royal Society ...

  6. Displaying a messy yard may not win any good-neighbor awards, but entomologists say our vital but dwindling insect pollinator populations would be much better off. "People are increasingly ...

  7. It advises residents wear insect repellent when outdoors and take other steps to prevent mosquito bites, like avoiding peak times for mosquito activity, which are from dusk to dawn.

  8. Everything insect, from edible bug-based treats to bug-centered games and crafts to an insect zoo of strange creatures, will pack Snider Agricultural Arena at Penn State's University ...

  9. IMAGE: Insect-eating birds such as Black-crowned Antshrikes forage less efficiently in wooded pastures than in natural forest habitat. The adoption of "silvopastures"--incorporating trees ...

  10. Michigan officials are sounding the alarm about an exotic insect and a flower that would pose risks to agriculture and the environment if they reach the state. The Department of Natural ...

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