Entomology conducts research, research training and graduate education on the world’s insects–their global diversity, evolution, geography, genomics, morphology, conservation, ecology and behavior. These studies are grounded in research collections of almost 5 million specimens and their associated data. Major research areas in Entomology are chrysomelid beetles, water beetles, bees, and fossil insects.
From the Biodiversity Institute Blogs
Sofia Muñoz (MA student, mentor Chaboo), is one of 20 students in the U.S. selected to participate (fully funded) in a NSF-funded Thematic Collections Network Short Course on Biological...Posted in Lab Notes
Timo Förster, an undergraduate from the University of Greiswald, Germany, is conducting a research internship with me, funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). We developed a...Posted in Lab Notes
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Entomology at a Glance
Global bee diversity, fossil insects and Midwestern, Mexican, and tropical insects.
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