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Bayer donates $45K to Cook Museum

June 20, 2019 By
The Environmental Science business of Bayer has contributed $45,000 toward the development of the new Cook Museum of Natural Science. Read more»
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Insects Limited hosts IPM workshop for museum pests

April 19, 2019 By
IPM in Museums and Historic Homes is an integrated pest management (IPM) two-day workshop for museum, library and archive professionals. Hosted by Insects Limited and MuseumPests Working Group, the most recent workshop took place March 11-12. Attendees learned about establishing... Read more»
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Over 7,000 rare insects stolen from Philadelphia Insectarium

September 18, 2018 By
The Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion was started in an exterminator's storefront window. Read more»
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Museum of Fine Arts hires puppy to detect pests

January 30, 2018 By
Riley, the new furry team member, will begin extensive scent training in the next few months. Read more»
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McCool opens Pest Control Museum

December 1, 2017 By
Eric “Critter” McCool, who currently holds world records for removing the largest yellowjacket nest and bee honeycomb, has opened a dedicated pest management museum in Franklin, Pa. McCool’s Pest Control Museum, which opened to the public in early November, displays... Read more»
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Oklahoma museum showcases giant interactive insects

April 27, 2017 By
Science Museum Oklahoma opened its new “Backyard Bugs: An Oklahoma Insect Adventure” exhibit April 22, featuring larger-than-life insect replicates. The exhibit includes a 9-ft. animatronic praying mantis and a monarch butterfly and more than a dozen varieties of live insects... Read more»
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Women in pest management: Jo Cook

December 30, 2016 By
Pest Management Professional chronicled six women who have made pest management their calling. Each one forged her own path toward success — and learned some lessons along the way.   Industry leaders come in all shapes, sizes — and yes,... Read more»
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Cook’s Pest Control: The legacy of John Cook Sr.’s vision

November 18, 2016 By
John Cook Sr. is a 2015 inductee of the Pest Management Professional (PMP) Hall of Fame. He touched many lives — including mine, and I never even worked for his company. Even though Cook’s Pest Control is a direct competitor... Read more»
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J.F. Oakes: Pro-Pest R.T.U. Silverfish Trap

August 1, 2016 By
J.F. Oakes markets the Pro-Pest Ready To Use (R.T.U.) Silverfish Trap with food attractant, which is considered to be safe for humans and pets. Its smart design makes trapping silverfish and other insects and larvae that damage books, library and... Read more»
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Cook Museum receives $1 million from local CEO

November 10, 2015 By
The Board of Directors of the Cook Museum of Natural Science recently received a $1 million donation from Dorothy Davidson. She is CEO of Davidson Technologies Inc. (DTI), a Huntsville, Ala., technology services company dedicated to providing engineering, technical and... Read more»
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