Lehigh Valley Live reported on the spotted lanternfly research of Daniel Strömbom, assistant professor of biology, and student researcher Swati Pandey ’23, a biology major from Kathmandu, Nepal.

Using mathematical modeling, Strömbom and Pandey found each of the non-native, invasive insects will produce an average of five to six offspring over the coming year. Their findings were recently published in the journal Mathematical Biosciences.

 

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