News - 30 Apr 2014
University of California, Riverside researchers have created a method that can classify different species of insects with up to 99 percent accuracy, a development that could help farmers protect their...
News - 22 Mar 2021
3,938 moths are part of a major insect study based on artificial intelligence, and researchers from Aarhus University have just published their results in the scientific journal Sensors.
News - 12 Feb 2020
According to a new study, the ear canals of bush-crickets have evolved to performs functions similar to the ears of mammals to modulate sound pressure and amplify sound. The study outcomes could help...
News - 21 Apr 2015
An insect-inspired microphone that can tackle the problem of locating sounds and eliminate background noise is set to revolutionise modern-day hearing aid systems.
Ground-breaking research by...
News - 22 Nov 2013
The University of California, Riverside announced today that it is a Grand Challenges Explorations winner, an initiative funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Yanping Chen will pursue an...
News - 5 Oct 2011
Thermal imaging is now more affordable than ever for pest inspectors. Use the FLIR i7 infrared camera during all your pest inspections to not only save time, but reduce damage to property, by...
Article - 2 Apr 2018
As our ability to micro- & nano-engineer circuitry gets ever more intricate, we will seek to produce machines that merge the best of technology & nature.
RapidAIM provides real-time information about the presence and location of insect pests.
The RapidAIM magic is in how we have combined our knowledge of insect behavior with proprietary hardware and...
News - 8 Aug 2013
Call it the Goldilocks Principle — animals can survive and reproduce only if the temperature is just right. Too hot and they will overheat. Too cold and they will freeze.
To stay in their...
News - 17 Nov 2012
Scientists studying a species of South American bush cricket with some of the smallest ears known have discovered it has hearing so sophisticated that it rivals our own.
The study, published in...