Article on the BSF research by Channel NewsAsia.
"The NUS team is using research and development to not only better understand the functions and fundamental biology of the black soldier fly, but modify its behaviour to better suit the country’s urban space."
Photo: Pichayada Promchertchoo
Our research on using fly larvae to reduce food waste was featured in the Straits Times today. "Black soldier flies, armed with voracious appetites as larvae, are being bred here to eat discarded food, at the same time creating a rich fertiliser for plants. When their job is done, the larvae themselves are turned into nutritious animal food."
ST photos: Johnathan Choo