No, we aren’t suddenly a (poorly-edited) website promising novel ways to listen to Lennon and McCartney, but instead a study into the science of bioacoustics and some of Britain’s quietest pond dwellers.
Since it opened in 2015, Grub Kitchen has been delighting its guests with their unusual menu featuring delicacies like bug pie, insect curry and toasted cumin mealworm hummus! We find out why they opened the UK’s first insect restaurant.
To fight malaria, researchers are reviving a field of study grounded in both music and biology: wingbeat frequency. Daniel A Gross traces the story from Finland to Tanzania, and looks at where this collision of disciplines could lead.
A writhing mass of maggots in a wound might seem like a good reason to seek medical help. But, reports Carrie Arnold, sometimes it’s the doctors who have put them there, adopting an ancient treatment to help heal painful infected injuries.
Sweet! Honey is thought to be a homeopathic cure for your pollen-related spring woes.