Brooke Borel is a writer and journalist specializing in science.
Start-ups are marketing an unlikely new protein. It’s nutrient-rich, all natural, and six-legged.
Old, completely unethical studies tried—and failed—to pin the virus on the bloodsucker
Songs about bed bugs provide one more set of data to trace how the bed bug reigned, then faded, then bounced back.
Controversial new research examines how well crickets convert feed to protein.
Infectious disease and questionable medical care during the Civil War.
Two plant molecular biologists in Colorado hope to introduce a GMO for the garden: a petunia that changes color.
A new documentary explores the history of TB in America.
Mixed reviews on a mattress and box spring liner impregnated with insecticide.
New research confirms the bed bug's origin from bats and suggests a chance at observing evolution in real time.
A new device may help uncover new sources of antibiotics and other drugs.