The insect apocalypse is indeed upon us, according to the first global scientific review of insect population decline.
"They're your problem, now!"
Why do people live in this city, again?
Roaches are pretty badass.
Here's what I've learned.
The research could inspire new robotics.
A new study classifies the many unique ways mammals and insects keep clean.
The featherwing beetle measures just 0.325 millimeters.
Seven days; lots of science in the news. Here's our roundup of this week's most notable and quotable items.
And so it went: whenever the duck party seemed to be over, new downy chick material was submitted. It seemed like a kind
Not so long ago, one of my photo-pals found a pink grasshopper. To be very honest: his special find made me a little bit jealous.After all it is just about the closest thing to a pink elephant!
I love insects, which is probably why I became a scientist, focusing on these extraordinary critters and their relationships with plants in the forest canopy. But insects also love me -- and a recent research trip to Ethiopia proved no exception.