Posts Tagged: Matan Shelomi
In the era of #fakenews, add #predatoryjournals. What are "predatory journals?" Entomologist Matan...
Entomologist Matan Shelomi is a fan of Pokémon and a foe of fake news.
First page of Matan Shelomi's fictitious research paper. One of three.
Second page of Matan Shelomi's fictitious research paper. Second of three.
Third and last page of Matan Shelomi's fictitious research paper.
They don't taste like chicken. The larvae and pupae of the Asian giant hornet taste like French...
A blue plate special: larvae of the Asian giant hornet. This image is of food served in a restaurant in eastern Taiwan. (Photo by Matan Shelomi)
Delicious dish: The pupae of the Asian giant hornet. This image is of food served in a restaurant in eastern Taiwan. (Photo by Matan Shelomi)
Think about this: You don't know until you try. You miss every opportunity you do not...
World traveler and scientist Matan Shelomi, wearing a Bohart Museum of Entomology shirt at at the Reichstag in Berlin.
Matan Shelomi heads to the podium to deliver his seminar on his stick insect research. At right is major professor Lynn Kimsey, director of the Bohart Museum of Entomology. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
Ever ask someone where they live and they respond "I live in the sticks"? They're referring to a...
Matan Shelomi, who received his doctorate in entomology at UC Davis and his bachelor's degree at Harvard, will return to the UC Davis campus on Wednesday, Nov. 15 to deliver a seminar on his stick and leaf insect research.
This is the insect that entomologist Matan Shelomi studies: the stick insect, order Phasmatodea. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
If you should ask Extension apiculturist (emeritus) Eric Mussen of the University of California,...
Matan Shelomi, wearing a UC Davis entomology shirt, stands in front of the Reichstag in Berlin.
Noted entomologist May Berenbaum lectured May 20 at UC Davis on disappearing bees and then visited the Department of Entomology and Nematology's bee garden. With her (from left) are UC Davis bee authorities Robbin Thorp, Brian Johnson and Eric Mussen. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)