Interesting where science takes us, isn’t it? One entomologist conducted an experiment on the Death-Watch beetle. That experiment led to another, and another, and suddenly he figured out a foolproof way to get the male beetle a little nookie.
We've all heard that bee populations are dwindling. Far less clear, however, is what's actually causing the slump. Now, two studies have provided some of the most compelling evidence to date that a popular class of insecticides may be contributing strongly to the collapse.