In 2005 we collaborated with the National Center for Science Literacy, Education and Technology at the American Museum of Natural History and Scholastic to develop an online web resource about True Bugs and a magazine article for students in grades 6-10. This resource is also a great reference for anyone wanting to understand the basics about bugs. This piece is part of SCIENCE EXPLORATIONS, an ongoing partnership between the Museum and Scholastic to develop exclusive age-appropriate content that helps students connect with today's world class scientists.
>>View True Bugs on the Scholastic site here - look out for the bug in the purple circle.
To find out more about our public outreach proposal go to Disseminating Results and Broader Impacts
For a great slideshow about True bugs go to the About True Bugs section of the website.
The Methods section of the website is a great place to find out more about what we do, from collecting bugs, preserving and documenting them. View images, slideshows and >>Go to Methods