The first ever manmade edible vaccines for beneficial insects are in the works, thanks to new findings about how queen bees vaccinate their progeny.
About a third of bumblebee species are dying off, some up to 90 percent of the population. Continue reading →
In Oslo, government agencies, private companies, and individuals are planting nectar-bearing flowers to give insects safe passage through the city.
Aluminum contamination could be the cause of a debilitating cognitive dysfunction in bees, a new study shows. Continue reading →
Cooperation within and between different animal species has its advantages for all parties involved.
The White House will wait to issue rules on pesticides on bee colonies until the EPA's studies are concluded.
In the United States, 42.1 percent of bee colonies were lost in the past year, the second-highest ever recorded.
Like nicotine for humans, certain pesticides seem to hold an addictive attraction for bees, which seek out tainted food even if it may be bad for them.
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