entomology News Archive
September 11, 2023 —
Why insect-transmitted illnesses are emerging threats in Canada and beyond
September 7, 2023 —
Ticks that cause allergy to meat, dairy spotted in Manitoba
September 5, 2023 —
Researchers in the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences received grants worth over $1.1 million in 2023 from the Government of Canada
CTV News: Seeing more wasps? Jason Gibbs, associate professor of Entomology explains why and what to do about them
August 10, 2023 —
Jason Gibbs, associate professor in Entomology talked to ctvnews.ca about why we're seeing so many wasps and how to avoid them.
May 24, 2023 —
The following article was written by Peter Frohlich, National Centre for Livestock and the Environment (NCLE), University of Manitoba. It was originally published in Cattle Country in May 2023.
January 11, 2023 —
A Three Sisters project in Manitoba aims to increase diversity and build community.
CBC: It might bug you, but University of Manitoba’s insect collection is key to understanding the world
January 5, 2023 —
The University of Manitoba is home to one of largest insect collections in Canada, a valuable tool which can help discover ways in which climate change is threatening biological diversity.
June 20, 2022 —
Her work on integrative pest management strategies may lead to more sustainable agriculture systems.
September 29, 2021 —
Research explores how planting flowering strips creates habitats for beneficial insects.