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Scent of Death: Honeybees Use Odors to Clean Out Deceased Broods - Scientific American

Scientific American

Scent of Death: Honeybees Use Odors to Clean Out Deceased Broods
Scientific American
A dozen years ago beekeepers started reporting that frightening numbers of their honeybees (Apis mellifera) were mysteriously dying. Scientists have since discovered multiple reasons, but ?diseases are by far the main cause of problems with honeybee ...



Thousands of honeybees rescued from colony in Avondale garage ... - WCPO

WCPO

Thousands of honeybees rescued from colony in Avondale garage ...
WCPO
The Cincinnati Zoo and the owner of Morgan's Canoe helped rescue more than 50,000 honeybees thought to have been living in a garage since the early 1990s. The bees were about 2 miles from the zoo, in Avondale. Experts think the bees had been colonizing ...
Cincinnati Zoo, business rescue more than 50K honeybeesWXIX
Thousands of honeybees rescued from colony in Avondale garageKXLF Butte News
50000 honeybees rescued from colony inside garage wallmyfox8.com

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Honeybees' Surgical Precision Inspires New Design for 3D Printed Needles - 3DPrint.com

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Honeybees' Surgical Precision Inspires New Design for 3D Printed Needles
3DPrint.com
No one wants to be stung by a bee, or any insect. No matter if it's a bee, a wasp, a hornet, etc., it's going to hurt, and it's going to leave a mark. But if you're going to be stung by something, a honeybee isn't that bad (as long as you're not ...



Honeybees are struggling to get enough good bacteria - Science Daily

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Honeybees are struggling to get enough good bacteria
Science Daily
Human changes to the landscape, such as large areas of monoculture grassland for livestock grazing, and coniferous forests for timber production, is affecting the diversity of the 'microbiome' associated with honeybees' long-term food supply ...
Monoculture farming is harming bees' microbiomeUPI.com

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Bioengineering advances at WSU could help save honey bees - The Spokesman-Review

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Bioengineering advances at WSU could help save honey bees
The Spokesman-Review
Researchers at Washington State University may be able to help save honey bees by introducing microparticles to the bees' digestive system that can absorb harmful toxins found in pesticides. Waled Suliman, a bioengineering-project leader at WSU, said ...



Researchers Take Pesticides Out of Honeybees - Growing Produce

Growing Produce

Researchers Take Pesticides Out of Honeybees
Growing Produce
Honeybee colonies could be saved from collapse in the future thanks to a microscopic particle that attracts pesticides, as created by Washington State University (WSU) researchers. Advertisement. Ordinarily, pollen tinged with tiny amounts of ...



Honeybees make a cute 'whoop' when they're surprised - Treehugger

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Honeybees make a cute 'whoop' when they're surprised
Treehugger
Listen to the Betty Boops of the insect world as they "boop oop a doop" in the hive. And I thought the squeaks of a baby sloth were cute? Well, they are ... but they've got some tough competition from a very surprising source: Whooping honeybees. So it ...



Bust a move! A German robot dances to communicate with honeybees - Digital Trends

Digital Trends

Bust a move! A German robot dances to communicate with honeybees
Digital Trends
Humans use tools like Google Maps to tell us the location of our nearest restaurant or supermarket, and very soon foraging bees might get a similarly high-tech helping hand. Researchers at Germany's Free University of Berlin have developed the RoboBee ...



Refrigerating honeybees may fight mites, colony collapse - Feedstuffs

Feedstuffs

Refrigerating honeybees may fight mites, colony collapse
Feedstuffs
Saving honeybees is easier when varroa mite infestations are reduced. Washington State University researchers are hoping that midseason hibernation can help in the fight against the mites. Varroa mites are pests that weaken bees' immune systems ...



Baker 8 Faith 1: Honeybees win on Senior night - AL.com

Baker 8 Faith 1: Honeybees win on Senior night
AL.com
Victoria Ortiz and Caitlin McRee each singled and scored in the first as Baker took a 2-0 lead. Faith responded in the fourth as Gabby Stagner singled and Taylor Robinson doubled her home. Faith loaded the bases after Stagner scored but Honeybee ...




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