Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley were able to remotely control a flying beetle with a high amount of precision by installing a tiny backpack with sophisticated electronics.
The owners of a San Francisco tofu company agreed in a consent decree filed in federal court Tuesday to cease operations until the U.S. Food and Drug Administration determines the company is selling clean and sanitary food.
If you think you’ve seen more ants in your kitchen than usual this summer, you may not be imagining things.
Bay Area Startup Chirping Over Its Cricket Flour; High-Protein Insect Foods May Be On Cusp Of Wider Acceptance
A Bay Area startup company is hoping to get people hooked on high-protein foods made out of crickets.
A dead American crow recently found near the intersection of Danville Blvd. and Camille Pl. in Alamo tested positive for the disease.
A Bay Area restaurant is dealing with some unappetizing pests. Rather than deny the problem, the eatery is serving a dose of honesty to its customers.
When is a stroll through the backyard a real mission for science? A research project underway across North America has enlisted people around the Bay Area as “citizen scientists.”
A new pest has reared its ugly head in Southern California, and is so nasty that vector control officials here in the Bay Area are taking steps to halt any northern migration.
California officials have released thousands of insects in the San Joaquin-Sacramento River Delta to combat an invasive weed that has clogged the waterway.
A coalition of health and environmental groups has stirred up a hornet’s nest at the State Department of Food and Agriculture, contending that the state is too quick to use pesticides to eradicate invasive pests.