Hungtang Ko, first author of the study.

Hungtang Ko, first author of the study.

Hungtang Ko, first author of the study, hopes Georgia Tech’s work will help make black soldier fly larvae more readily available as recyclers of food waste and as a protein-rich source of food to animals that humans consume. “There's no sustainable protein source for the animals that we eat. The black soldier fly larvae could play a role in reducing the environmental impact of feeding these animals,” he said. (Photo credit: Hungtang Ko, Georgia Tech)

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