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UC Davis student debate team from the Department of Entomology Accomplishment: Won the debate championship at the Entomological Society of America's annual meeting Details: Teams involved in the debates prepare for more than eight months.
The company has said that farmers can then eat their produce themselves, feed it to their pets or sell it on...Tiny Farms was set up in response to the fact that many countries around the world now eat insects, and in particular insect protein, yet
First the head and legs appeared and then the soft and still tiny wings and eventually the whole body emerged,' he said. In the beginning the butterfly wasn't looking very beautiful with his shrivelled wings.' Mr Hoffman said that for the first 10
This led to attendees making the rash decision of lounging on the grass. Soon after, many started complaining of red bumps appearing on their skin. Some went immediately to the nearby medical tent to seek treatment and were given a cream to subdue
On a research mission to test ways of controlling rangeland grasshoppers, insect ecologist Jeffrey Lockwood visited a canyon where he had heard that the insects were reaching biblical proportions...Grasshoppers boiled in every direction, ricocheting
At first glance, it may seem like the top toy of Christmas 2013, but it's actually a newly discovered insect from South America. The troll bug' was discovered by conservation biologist, Trond Larsen and his team of researchers while in the rainforest
Crickets can be turned into a snack wit just a minute in the deep fryer...You don't purge them like yabbies or de-vein them like prawns. You just take them from the freezer and throw them in oil for a minute...Melbourne chef Matt Stone, from CBD zero-
November 6, 2013 About 165 million years ago, in what is now Northeastern China, two insects were doing what comes naturally. Suddenly, in the middle of copulating, they were struck dead, felled by poisonous gas from a volcanic eruption. Shu Li and
Media playback is unsupported on your device Can the buzz of mosquitoes be art? November 2013 Last updated at 07:44 GMT Two artists have harnessed the flying power of mosquitoes to create sound. Robin Meir and Ali Momeni say they wanted to create a "
Insects are one of the most divisive protein sources on Earth. You'll meet people who have no problem eating a raw cobra heart who still wouldn't touch a fried grasshopper with a 10-foot pole. But maybe after a visit to one of these eight restaurants