Deep within the rainforests of South America there live three species of insect with the highest ultrasonic calling songs ever recorded in the animal kingdom.
Could spiders save the bees? They just might. Scientists have created a novel bio-pesticide with the help of spider venom and a plant protein.
Climate change is impacting our world in unprecedented ways. Now, scientists have found that it may be influencing the evolution of insects across Europe.
Scientists have taken a closer look at ant movements and have found out that while they appear random at first, together they are organized in an orderly way that allows them to search out an area more efficiently.
Flying robots aren't a thing of the future; they're something that scientists are already creating. Researchers have taken tips from nature in order to build the next generation of tiny, flying robots.
Scientists have learned a bit more about a voracious insect, sequencing its genome to uncover new genetic targets for pest control; they've studied the termite.
Scientists have discovered an entirely new species of praying mantis, the bush tiger mantis, which makes its home in the mountainous Ryungwe National Park in Rwanda.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the biomechanics of the necks of ants, potentially unlocking the secrets to their strength.
The ancient Egyptians weren't the only ones to employ mummification. Scientists have now uncovered 24 new species of wasps in Ecuador that mummify caterpillars.
Scientists have found that bumblebees can tell the difference between safe and dangerous environments, and are attracted to land on flowers that are popular with other bees when exposed to perilous situations.
Farmers in the eastern U.S. received bad news last week for future protection of their crops because bats are dying in large numbers due to white-nose syndrome. Researchers from the University of California, Riverside think they can help.