Can Trained Bees Detect Cancer in Patients?
Back in 2006, Science Daily ran an article about two scientists who were using wasps to detect drugs, explosives, toxic chemicals, and other substances. Five years later in 2011, Dr. […]
Tiny Black Insects Invading North Texas
News reports from northern Texas claim that tiny black insects called hackberry nipple gall makers — also known as hackberry gall psyllids — are swarming around cars, homes and people. […]
277 New Wasp Species Discovered in Costa Rica
Costa Rica reveals astonishing biodiversity of braconid wasps, with 277 new species of the tribe Heterospilini described in the latest special issue of the open access journal ZooKeys. This is […]
In Battle Against Flies, Don’t Toss Old Light Bulbs
Restaurants and supermarkets could save millions of dollars by hanging on to bug zapper bulbs instead of tossing them every year as they normally do, a new University of Florida […]