An ingredient in the popular herbicide, Roundup, may be related to colony collapse disorder, say scientists.
"She had them on her face, around her mouth, around her ears, her neck and her hair."
By giving bees visual math quizzes, scientists discovered that these insects know a null set when they see one.
Heaps of dead bees piling up outside hives points to acute, immediate pesticide poisoning
If bees disappear, so will all of life's modern luxuries.
In addition to pesticides, mites, and poor nutrition, there’s a new problem: Diesel fumes can confuse bees’ sense of smell, making it harder for them to find food.
Forget merging man and machine, these researchers are fusing bee and drone.