Insect Ethics: Two Alums Explore Implications for Insect Welfare

illustration of insects with a question mark in the middle of the images

(SUNY Geneseo illustration/Erin Crowell)

Aside from animated movies starring adorable bugs, people don’t generally think about insects having feelings. Many scientists have long believed insects are not sentient—that they’re incapable of feeling anything, including pain.

But what if they were?

Read the entire Insect Ethics article in the Summer Geneseo Scene.


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