Recent paper: Drift of the herbicide dicamba can negatively affect non-target plants and pollinators
December 7, 2015
Lab members excel at National Meeting!
December 7, 2015
Lab members gave eight presentations at the Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America held in Minneapolis, MN from 15-18 November 2015.
Hillary expands her view of entomology
September 17, 2015
This summer Hillary got a better understanding of how Integrated Pest Management can be implemented in field crops
From spiders to snakes, Christina is having quite an experience
August 2, 2015
Spiders are no longer scary when you stare at so many of them under a microscope!
Nolan is getting some solid research experience
July 22, 2015
In his first research experience, Nolan is finding himself doing things he never considered relevant
Sarah Wylie is not quite a "bug person" yet
July 12, 2015
Colgate undergrad (and State College native) Sarah Wylie did not know that she would embrace her summer gig in entomology, but she certainly has, and we are thankful for that!
Sarah's dream is becoming reality!
July 5, 2015
Undergraduate Sarah McTish describes her research path to the Tooker lab.
Rapid increase in neonicotinoid insecticides driven by seed treatments
April 2, 2015
Use of a class of insecticides, called neonicotinoids, increased dramatically in the mid-2000s and was driven almost entirely by the use of corn and soybean seeds treated with the pesticides, according to researchers at Penn State.