Views of the Milky Way provide more than just ambiance for the fecal-foraging insect.
Engineers copy a toxic-jet-spewing beetle to design better drug-delivery devices, fire extinguishers and more
The race to stop a killer, using acoustic monitoring and pheromone traps
A new study reveals how the beetle's erratic movements are a deliberate hunting strategy.
Beetle-esque frost-fighting structures could save energy
A U.S. Forest Service program tries to make lemons into lemonade.
A bacterium inside the coffee berry borer could provide clues as to how to fight it
Reis embraces mechanical failures.
Put on some tunes, spread out the food
A "offers web-like support"
Catch a glimpse
Good ideas vs. stupid ones, beetle vs. beetle, shark vs. whale
One genus of South African dung beetle traded flying for a ridiculous-looking run.
The Ig Nobel Prizes are in! Here are the winners of the strangest science awards of the year.
Cassie and Jesse set sail.
What's the greatest threat to our species' continued existence? Take a look in the mirror.
From fart sniffer to postdoc, the most torturous ways to make a living in science.
Be grateful, dear reader, that someone else does the hard, dangerous and downright grody work involved in truly audacious science
Environmental management: An organic method of detoxing the Andes.
The crazy critters astound us once again
Prosthetic arms improve; narwhal tusks are as neat as ever