• phys.org | 10/4/2017 | Staff
    Tiny mobile robots are learning to work with insects in the hope the creatures' sensitive antennae and ability to squeeze into small spaces can be put to use serving humans.
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  • phys.org | 10/3/2017 | Staff
    n the tropical rainforests of Panama, Dartmouth's Hannah ter Hofstede is witness to what Charles Darwin called a "struggle for existence." She studies a competition for survival that pits the...
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  • ScienceDaily | 9/28/2017 | Staff
    The study, led by Dr William Hentley from the University of Sheffield's Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, suggests that leaving worn clothes exposed in sleeping areas when travelling may...
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  • phys.org | 9/28/2017 | Staff
    Like a pining lover, bed bugs will seek out your smell and snuggle up to your worn clothes when you are not around, researchers said Thursday. This explains how these tiny, flightless, reclusive...
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  • WIRED | 7/26/2017 | Charley Locke
    Entomologist Alex Wild's life is full of bugs. When he leaves his house in Austin, Texas for work, he notes the growth of two paper wasp nests in his garage. When he strolls across the lawn at the...
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  • Conservative Tribune | 7/14/2017 | kcampbell
    A funeral home in Flint, Michigan, has been condemned by authorities after state inspectors observed a long list of health violations. The state’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs...
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  • phys.org | 7/7/2017 | Staff
    Those who crave brownies or hot cocoa may be happy to hear that heroes too small to be seen may help to protect the world's chocolate supply. Scientists at the Smithsonian Tropical Research...
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