Remi Boisson, a visiting scholar from Angers, France, presents in ENT 590i about neonicotinoids and honey bees. ENT 590i is a special topics course about insecticide toxicology for students obtaining graduate degrees in Entomology. Read more about Remi Boisson Presents in ENT 590i
The lab had a farewell lunch for Remi Boisson, a visiting scholar from Angers, France. Remi's project while in the lab pertained to the degradation of BT proteins in different aquatic systems. Read more about Farewell lunch for Remi Boisson
Remi Boisson completed his research project in the lab in June 2015. His research project pertained to the fate of BT toxins in various aquatic systems. He was mentored by Vic Albright, PhD. Read more about Remi Boisson Completes His Research Project
Vic Albright, PhD received the 3rd place award for his presentation in the student competition PBT section at annual North Central Branch - Entomological Society of America Meeting. Congratulations on your acheivement, Vic!!!
James explains some of the techniques required to separate some of the components from the more complex essential oils used in our lab.
Featured: Maria Archevald (left), James Klimavicz (right) Read more about Chemistry Lesson given by James Klimavicz
The Pesticide Toxicology Laboratory returns from an Insecticide Toxicology workshop hosted by Dr. Jeff Bloomquist at his laboratory in the Emerging Pathogens Institute. Topics discussed during the workshop involved the current state of Insecticide Toxicology, future directions of the field, and aims for more collaborative projects between multiple groups. A picture with the names of all attendees is featured below: Read more about ENT/TOX Group Attends Insecticide Toxicology Workshop