You may have a lot more roommates that you might have first thought. Scientists have conducted the first ever study to evaluate the biodiversity of arthropods in U.S. homes.
Scientists have managed to reprogram the social behaviors in carpenter ants with the help of epigenetic drugs.
There's a lot of talk about bees, but this time it's serious. Wild bees are disappearing in many of the U.S.'s most important farmlands, including California's Central Valley, the Midwest's corn belt, and the Mississippi River valley. Now, researchers are trying to find out why.
A headbanging bee takes a unique approach to pollination. A certain insect from Australia actually uses high-speed headbanging in order to gather pollen.
Crickets may have a more complex communication system than once thought.
Being male or female can make a huge difference. Now, scientists have discovered the two ancient genetic components of sex determination in ants.
The seasonal monarch butterfly migration may actually lower infection levels among the insects.
Scientists are learning a bit more about insects thanks to the black widow spider.
Army ants may construct complex bridges from their own bodies in order to create shortcuts through tropical forests.
It turns out that male bumblebees are just as smart as female worker bees, despite their reputation.
It turns out that an ant colony could be classified as a "superorganism."
How do tiny insects and other animals clean themselves? Without this ability, these creatures would soon find themselves unable to properly function. Now, scientists have taken a closer look and have found that hair plays a huge role in keeping creatures filth-free.