Tag Archives: Insectology

Strange Science: Weaponizing Insects

Our Monday story from Rick Tobin hypothesized about weaponizing insects, but he recently ran across an article that suggests that some believe that the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) could be doing just that. DARPA spearheads a … Continue reading

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Strange Science: Bees as Interior Designers?

Scientists in Turkey and Iran have identified a species of bees that creates nests for their eggs out of mud and flower petals, making beautiful small cocoons in which their young grow! The Osmia (Ozbekosima) avoseta bee constructs these delicate cocoons, fills … Continue reading

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Child M

An essay by Stuart Metcalfe, as provided by Steve Toase Art by Leigh Legler Monitoring group: Centre for the Care and Re-integration of Feral Children Location: St Hubert’s Clinic Case ref no: 2014/142 Patient: Child M Lead Consultant: Dr B Sinderford Assessment … Continue reading

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