Most mammals have one or more genes allowing them to digest the crunchy parts of insects, suggesting that our common ancestor in the Age of Dinosaurs was an insect eater
Why Are There More Bugs in the Spring?
By: The Children's Museum of Indianapolis Posted On: March 25, 2017 When spring arrives, we aren’t the only ones happy to get outside and enjoy the warmer weather and fresh air! You’ve probably noticed that there are a lot more bugs outside at this time of year than during the colder months. Our friends at Buglife tell us why that is But first, let’s find out where all the bugs go during the winter! Bugs in Winter Bugs have a variety of methods…
What's Bugging You
Barbara said she spotted milkweed bugs on (you guessed it) her milkweed plants and asked if they were harmful to milkweed plants and caterpillars.
Three DIY Bug Traps That Actually Work
Defend yourself against stink bugs, mosquitoes, and fruit flies
The secret to San Francisco's famous sourdough: bug poop
Meet the wee, multilegged chefs behind the world's most sought-after loaves.
How is bug blood different from our own?
Share on Facebook Advertisement Rob DeSalle, Curator in the Division of Invertebrate Zoology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, offers this explanation The major difference between insect blood and the blood of vertebrates, including humans, is that vertebrate blood contains red blood cells. Insects and other invertebrates, on the other hand, have what is called hemolympha heterogeneous fluid that courses through…
How to Control the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug
Methods to Brown Marmorated Stink Bug for Homeowners and Farmers
What's Up, Doc? It's Bugs Bunny's 75th Birthday
Seventy-five years ago today, Bugs Bunny made his official debut in the animated short "A Wild Hare."
Cockroach tea and cricket crepes: How to add (delicious) bugs to your diet
Insects are disappearing from science textbooks—and that should bug you
Insect-related content fell 75 percent in textbooks published after 2000 as compared to those published before 1965.
How We Work — Tracking the Bugs
An inside look at how we handle bug tracking with Basecamp 3.
If Harry Shearer leaves 'The Simpsons,' what will happen? Just ask Bugs Bunny
May 16, 2015 | 6:00 AM Cartoon characters can have long lives, often outliving the people who created them. Pictured here are Ned Flanders from "The Simpsons" and Bugs Bunny. (FOX; Cartoon Network) The news broke this week that after 26 seasons Harry Shearer is leaving “The Simpsons,” for which he created many of the series' signature voices -- including Ned Flanders, Principal Skinner, both Mr…
You should probably turn off FaceTime even though Apple just fixed a massive privacy bug
This is bad. It's time to take a break from FaceTime until the update hits.
Two months of Jonathan Schipper's "Slow Room" in 20 seconds!
This is no ordinary living room. Each component is affixed to a cable leading to a hole in the wall. During the exhibition, a mechanism slowly drags each obj...
Microsoft to patch 20 bugs next week in month of Office updates
Microsoft today announced it will deliver seven security updates, one critical, to patch 20 vulnerabilities in Office, SharePoint Server, SQL Server, Windows and other parts of its product lineup.
How an industry-breaking bug stayed secret for seven months
The Six Month Bug (and why I will never abbreviate variable names)
I used to work at a prominent defense contractor in the US.
Google for months kept secret a bug that imperiled the personal data of Google+ users
Google announced it will sharply curtail Google+, its failing social media offering.
How a months-old AMD microcode bug destroyed my weekend
AMD shipped Ryzen 3000 with a serious microcode bug in its random number generator.
New Windows 10 1809 bug: Zip data-loss flaw is months old but Microsoft missed it
A Feedback Hub user reported the latest Windows 10 October 2018 Update bug three months ago. Microsoft has fixed the issue in preview builds of the 19H1 version of Windows 10, so it should be fixed in 1809 soon.