The Brown Marmorated Stink bug is trying to take away media attention from the bed bug.
Good work being done at University of Delaware to fight these annoying pests:
The 80% control quoted in the article is a little misleading though. That seems pretty optimistic for a classical biological control program. The other thing mentioned is 2013 target to test this in the "wild", so we have 2-3 more years before this will have any effect.
I spent two years at the University of Hawaii and there is a lot of history of biological control there. There have been many successes but just as many failures when trying these natural enemies against introduced pests. The wasps will have to survive in these new areas, not attack native insects (especially beneficial insects) and the raising and release of these parasitoids will have to be a multi-state effort. You can't release a few hundred here in Delaware and get effects in all the surrounding states.
I hope this research does lead to these wasps being an effective tool against the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug.