You probably wouldn't know one if you saw one.
A sanguinary luncheon for laboratory insects
New research shows that tiny hairs on bean leaves impale the pests through the feet. A synthetic version may eventually add to the anti-bed bug arsenal.
Regular traps can't hold them
A so-called "bed bug pill" has been in the news. Is it for real?
Scientists uncover the oldest bed bug relative ever found
A Kickstarter project by a PopSci contributing editor will track the history of the biting pest.
Bugs, lasers, and more at the annual meeting of the Entomological Society of America
Get the bees'-eye view.
New research from two international teams will help unravel the origins of infestations
Traps, lamps, poison and fire
We asked a bunch of our favorite people about their holiday plans
Whatever's killing honeybees is getting worse, but we still don't know what it is.
Now here is some change you can bee-lieve in.
But is that enough to justify a sick day?
Honey is bees' best medicine, so maybe we shouldn't take all of it from them.
Honeybees aren't native to U.S., but these other amazing bees are. And they contribute to pollinating delicious American crops such as pumpkins, blueberries and tomatoes.
The evolving bedbug is back and more infuriating than it's ever been before