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Travelers are terrified by bed bugs—but can’t spot one in a lineup
You probably wouldn’t know one if you saw one.
Great news: Some bed bugs are really good at climbing
Regular traps can’t hold them
A Sweet (Smelling) Bed Bug Control Option
There may be a way to trap bed bugs using their own pheromones
Bedbugs Are “Liberated” in Southwestern China
The ancient Buddhist practice of releasing captive animals has stirred up controversy
How Do Researchers Feed Thousands Of Bloodthirsty Bed Bugs?
A sanguinary luncheon for laboratory insects
Can Taking A Pill Before Bed Get Rid Of Bed Bugs?
A so-called "bed bug pill" has been in the news. Is it for real?
Using DNA to Track the Spread of Bedbugs
New research from two international teams will help unravel the origins of infestations
2011 Invention Awards: Sniffing Out Bedbugs
An electronic dog nose that locates the bloodsucking pests in minutes
New Tougher Bedbugs Are Harder Than Ever to Kill
The evolving bedbug is back and more infuriating than it's ever been before
The 2011 PopSci Invention Awards
A jet-propelled body board, cheaper prosthetic hand and more