Using Twitter for ecological research – lots of great examples
An excellent explanation by Stephen Heard of how to present statistics in scientific writing
Some great ant pictures
Fascinating – insects made from discarded circuit boards – the art of Julie Alice Chappell
How insects cope with winter
Half of the UK’s aquatic insects now contain microplastics!
A nice article about a weevil that pretends to be a fly!
Would you eat insects to prevent global warming? An interesting paper on ways in which consumers might be persuaded to do so
More about the alarming decrease in insect numbers worldwide – link to the original article here
An excellent analysis of the same article by Manu Saunders and why it is so important
There may actually be more Hymenoptera than there are Coleoptera!
Some book aren’t just for reading – wonderful hidden art
Fighting bats with long tails – moth evolution
Are you working on the right problem?
Bang, crackle, flash – Interesting paper about insect and arthropod names for fireworks
Inspired by the recent World Cup the John Innes Centre held their own version to champion discoveries they have made over the last 70 years 🙂
Insects through the Looking Glass – using Lewis Carroll to foster a love of insects
Victorian entomologists had a lot of fun – great post from Manu Saunders
A great post about science communication via Twitter by Stephen Heard
Spots on butterfly wings – what are they for? Ray Cannon has some thoughts