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Research seeks insights on honeybee diets for healthier hives

Texas A&M AgriLife scientists examine sustainable beekeeping, agriculture and urban development

End of the bee-mergency? Despite blizzard and drought, populations are poised for recovery, entomologists say

Sufficient rain and mild weather indicate an upturn in late spring or early summer

What causes locusts to destroy crops? USDA-approved facility studies the insects’ Jekyll-to-Hyde transformation

Most recent outbreak caused $1.3 billion in damage across 23 countries from Ethiopia to Nepal
Biological and Agricultural Engineering

Something in the air: How do HVAC systems and building designs influence the spread of human pathogens?

National Institutes of Health provide funding for Texas A&M study of healthcare facilities

Bad news for the ‘deadliest animal on the planet’: Making mosquitos vulnerable to viruses that infect humans

A&M entomologist discusses potential impact on society

Little ants, big city: Insects adapt to urban life by creating super-colonies with multiple queens among sidewalks and landscaping

Entomologists publish findings in the journal Molecular Ecology

Cotton produces odors that attract pests; tweaking the plant’s genes could protect crops and improve yields

USDA and Cotton Board provide financial support for A&M project
Ecology and Conservation Biology

The Lice Age: How did these tiny bloodsucking pests evolve to afflict mammal hosts, including humans?

NSF-funded project could reduce infestations, A&M researchers say
Biomedical Sciences

Insects are unlikely to spread coronavirus, new A&M study says

CDC-funded research answers concern about virus transmission