Margaret S. Collins, Pioneering Black Entomologist
She was the first African American woman to earn a PhD in entomology as well as an activist for freedom in the Civil Rights Movement.
An Artist Memorializes the Disappearing Palm Trees of Los Angeles
Palm fronds in Southern California are falling more frequently due to age, invasive species, and fungus, Artist Zoe Crosher casts these fronds in bronze.
The Glowing Mystery of Bioluminescence
Bioluminescence, an animal's ability to create and use light, exists exclusively in the lower branches of the tree of life.
The Gothic World of Insect Defense
From an Australian caterpillar that carries around its old heads to exploding ants, insect defense isn't all that different from Game of Thrones.