EVERY MONTH, MORE than a thousand New Yorkers grab their phones, dial 311, and cry rat. The city’s official hotline is increasingly inundated with rodent complaints—topping 3.5 million in 2016.
ContraPest, a product that had its start in UA research, could be the answer for the health department of New York City, which has a serious rodent problem on its hands.
Researchers outside of the industry discovered a way to make rodents non-reproductive. Now, PMPs may benefit from their efforts as well…
SenesTech Inc. is Arizona’s newest public company after it started trading on the Nasdaq stock market Dec. 8.
Rats spread disease, decimate crops and very occasionally eat people alive. For centuries, we have struggled to find an effective way of controlling their numbers. Until now…
High-Tech Small Businesses to Receive Tibbetts Awards for Innovative and Outstanding Contributions.
Hitting urban rodents in their reproductive systems may be the best thing to ever happen to them.
America’s rattiest city takes the Planned Parenthood approach to curbing its rodent problem. The Chicago Transit Authority is making birth control free and conveniently located—for rats.
Pest control leader Orkin released its top 20 rattiest cities. The markets are ranked by the number of rodent treatments the company performed in 2013.
The Phoenix Convention Center is host to the 2014 AZBio Bioscience Awards on September 17th. This exciting, annual awards ceremony showcases the best of the best Arizona companies, educators, and innovators in Bioscience. To give you an idea of the scope of these awards, here are the categories for winning; AZBio Pioneer Award for Lifetime ... Read More