James Feston, director of product research at Insects Limited, has become a Board Certified Entomologist.
Feston began working at the company as a lab intern in 2010 helping test and develop insect traps and novel lures. He started in his current role after graduating from Purdue University with a master of science in entomology in 2015. Feston enjoys working at the intersection of technology and insect biology to produce products that help people solve problems and control pests.
Pat Kelley, president of Insects Limited, said: “We are so proud that James has passed his exams to become a Board-Certified Entomologist focusing on urban pests. With a man of his talents, it is only fitting that he has reached this level of professionalism after receiving both his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in entomology from Purdue University. His potential is sky high to continue to make many influential and positive changes in the field of entomology and pheromone technology.”
James joins Insects Limited staff members Ethan Estabrook and Pat Kelley who are existing BCE's.