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Your kid is 421 times more likely to be a PMP, study finds

November 30, 2017 By
A New York Times study finds that certain professions are more likely to trend in families — that is, what the mother or father does for a living is replicated by the son or daughter. Specifically to our industry, the... Read more»
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Snuggling bats have better survival rates

November 23, 2017 By
The study was conducted by researchers with Massey University in New Zealand and the USGS. Read more»
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Study: How Indian jumping ants use scent

November 21, 2017 By
The findings have implications for mosquito repellent as well. Read more»
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Mississippi State team monitors tawny crazy ants

October 24, 2017 By
The tawny crazy ant is a non-native ant species that also has been found in Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Florida and Georgia. Read more»
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Study: Are bed bugs attracted to dirty laundry?

October 10, 2017 By
A new study suggests that leaving worn clothes exposed in sleeping areas when traveling may facilitate the dispersal of bed bugs. Read more»
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SenesTech partners with Hawaii natural resources program

September 26, 2017 By
SenesTech Inc., developer of proprietary technologies for managing animal pest populations through fertility control, revealed a sales agreement and initial delivery of ContraPest to a Hawaii natural resources program. The product will be used for the control of rodents in... Read more»
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New method produces accurate 3D images from live insects

August 1, 2017 By
Scientists have discovered a new method to create detailed 3-D scans of live insects.: By using carbon dioxide, insects remain in a state of suspended animation for several hours at a time, allowing for accurate results — and with no apparent side effects. Read more»
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BedBug Central compiles February survey results

May 22, 2017 By
Editor’s Note: PMP’s June issue will include an exclusive survey of readers and the bed bug segment, which readers can compare to the early-season information below. According to a survey BedBug Central conducted in February 2017, early spring bed bug activity appears to... Read more»
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Top 10 universities for entomology released: University of Florida ranked No. 1

April 4, 2017 By
The Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) ranked and scored the world’s top 10 universities for entomology, with the University of Florida topping the list. According to the CWUR, data is obtained from Clarivate Analytics to measure the quality of... Read more»
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Couple to donate $10 million insect collection to university

March 23, 2017 By
A couple from Green Valley, Ariz., is donating their collection of 1.25 million insects to Arizona State University, reports USA Today’s azcentral.com. Over the last 60 years, Charlie and Lois O’Brien have amassed one of the largest private insect collections in... Read more»
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