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May 2022 Boiler Buzz

Krispn Given Featured in WLFI "What It Takes"

Spotted Lanternfly

Satellite remote sensing could predict Spotted lanternfly spread

A colony of bees.

Entomology professor explains how homeowners, gardeners can help bee populations thrive

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Graduate Student Spotlight: Maddie Carpenter

Purdue College of Agriculture.

Extending the season, improving food security

Images from the year's top stories

Purdue Agriculture’s 21 most-read stories of 2021

Maya Fulton wearing a mask, poster in the background

Sophomore strives to provide some kind of normal

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Behind the Research: Krispn Given

A watermelon

Large-scale watermelon study bears fruit

Scientific Animations Without Borders scales knowledge for impact

Cicada on leaf

17 Ways to make the most of the 17-Year Cicada Emergence

Watermelon slices

Student’s research helps watermelon growers find sweet success

Dung beetle

Unexpected Plants and Animals of Indiana: The Rainbow Scarab

Smith Hall Building, College of Agriculture

Purdue welcomes back former professor as endowed entomology chair

Monarch butterfly stepping in a brown leaf

Where do bugs go in winter? Depends, but they're still close by

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