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Collaborations

The Stored Product Insect and Engineering Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ARMY, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF, THE, NATICK, MA
  • Evaluation of Sustainable Packaging Solutions for Humanitarian Aid
  • CENTRAL LIFE SCIENCES, DALLAS, TX
  • Evaluation of Grain Protectants on Grain Shrink Characteristics During Storage
  • EIDIKOS LOGARIASMOS KONDYLION EREVNAS PANEPIS
  • Attract-and-kill and Mating Disruption of the Stored Product Quarantine Threat Khapra Beetle
  • FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY, TALLAHASSEE, FL
  • Development of Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) Measurements for Single Seed Oil and Protein of Sorghum and Flax
  • KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, MANHATTAN
  • Developing a Rapid Response Protocol for Phosphine Resistance Management at Food Facilities by Leveraging Tools at or Close to Market
  • Developing Semiochemical Tools for a New Putative Postharvest Seed Crop, Silphium Integrifolium
  • Maximizing Adoption by Demonstrating the Compatibility of Insecticide Netting with Diverse Pest Management Tactics at Food Facilities
  • Comparative Chemosensory Genomics of Stored Product Insects
  • Developing Automated Monitoring Solutions for Detection and Identification of Insect Pests of Grain
  • Investigating the Behavioral and Chemical Ecology of Insect-microbe Interactions and Their Ramifications for Food Quality in the Post-harvest
  • Robotic Delivery (SKUNK) for Pest Management in Food Processing Facilities
  • Modeling Phosphine Gas Movement in Grain Bunkers
  • Impacts of Climate Change on Integrated Pest Management of Stored Product Insects
  • Immunogenomics of Insects
  • Modeling for Postharvest Grain Quality and Insect Control