Monthly Archives: June 2020

Sophie Lutterlough: The One Woman Information Bureau

Written by Nancy Miorelli As we bring our celebration of Black Entomologists Who Shaped Entomology to a close, the Ask an Entomologist team is continuing the conversation about how we can help provide support, inclusivity, and diversity in our science … Continue reading

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Dr. Charles Henry Turner: An Amazing Scientist

This week we are featuring Dr. Charles Henry Turner. Before I begin my article on him, I have a personal note that I’d like to share. As Nancy stated in her blog post on Dr. Margaret S. Collins, I would like to … Continue reading

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Lonnie Standifer and the beginning of honeybee toxicology

Honeybees and humans have an ancient relationship. There’s evidence of honeybees being kept in clay pots in North Africa roughly 10,000 years ago. On Twitter, we’ve even discussed the bizarre twists and turns of how honeybees were studied up until … Continue reading

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Dr. Margaret S. Collins: The Termite Lady – Featuring Black Entomologist Stories

Margaret Collins, the Termite Lady, was an African African who helped shape the face of entomological termite research but was also a powerful force fighting for human rights Continue reading

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