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These Animal Migrations Are Huge — and Invisible

13. juuni 2019 - 18:39
Swarms of insects move across continents each year. Scientists used radar to track one species and discovered a vast ecological force.

Talking to a Black Woman Beekeeper About the American Ideal

13. juuni 2019 - 17:30
Mia Birdsong, an activist in Oakland, sees a lot of meaning in a hive.

Finding an Oasis at Tennis’s Most Crowded Major

4. juuni 2019 - 12:00
Amid the human traffic at the French Open, a few sanctuaries can be found — for fans, players and even bees.

On the Trail of Tupelo Honey, Liquid Gold From the Swamps

28. mai 2019 - 20:01
Hurricanes, blights and encroaching development have cut into the harvest in Florida and Georgia, but a small cadre of beekeepers still fiercely pursues this lucrative prize.

I Have the Tree. Where’s the Grapefruit?

20. mai 2019 - 19:30
Grapefruit trees need light, bees — and a temperature gradient.

Striking Down the Queen Won’t Save You From the Swarm

14. mai 2019 - 22:02
It’s a common trope in science fiction, but hives in nature are not dependent on any central node for their function.

Beehive Arson in Texas Kills Half a Million: ‘There Goes My Honey Flow’

1. mai 2019 - 21:34
Investigators are trying to figure out why about 20 hives were set on fire, thrown in a pond and toppled over.

Game of Drones

1. mai 2019 - 13:00
What honeybees have to teach us about the fate of the earth — and our country.

Four Bees Living in Her Eye, Feeding on Her Tears

10. aprill 2019 - 14:12
An ophthalmologist in Taiwan plucked four live sweat bees from beneath a woman’s swollen eyelid. The tiny insects feed off human sweat and tears.

How Bees Find Your Flowerpots

1. aprill 2019 - 19:31
It’s not just the famous waggle dance: Bees rely on sophisticated eyesight and even electrostatic fields.

Honey as a Pollution Detector? It’s a Sweet Idea

18. märts 2019 - 18:16
Beehives and their contents are a sensitive detector of lead emissions, a study of Canadian urban apiaries showed.

The World’s Largest Bee Is Not Extinct

21. veebruar 2019 - 17:00
An expedition of conservationists found a living Wallace’s Giant Bee on remote islands in Indonesia. It hadn’t been seen since 1981.

Insecticide Can Cut Bee Sperm by Nearly 40 Percent, Study Finds

14. jaanuar 2019 - 23:40
Much of the global food supply requires pollinators like honeybees, and the bees’ decline has concerned scientists for much of the last decade.

Scientists Find Genes That Let These Bees Reproduce Without Males

14. jaanuar 2019 - 23:40
In a subspecies of honey bees from South Africa, female workers can escape a queen’s control and produce offspring of their own. Scientists say a gene explains how.

An Art World Provocateur Returns to New York With an Unexpected Subject: Bees

14. jaanuar 2019 - 23:40
The onetime enfant terrible Terence Koh moved to the mountains to commune with the insects, which form the basis of a new, very different kind of show.

A Tiny Robot That Can Fly and, Amazingly, Rest

14. jaanuar 2019 - 23:40
The RoboBee, a flying machine that weighs a few thousandths of an ounce, uses an electrostatic patch and a bit of foam to attach itself to a perch.

City Bees Stick to a Flower Diet Rather Than Slurp Up Soda

14. jaanuar 2019 - 23:40
An entomologist investigated whether bees prefer flower nectar or sugary soda.

At a Honey Tasting, the Particulars of Creation and Terroir

14. jaanuar 2019 - 23:40
From delicate wildflower to robust chestnut.

Letters to the Editor

14. jaanuar 2019 - 23:40
Readers react to articles in Science Times.

Do Honeybees Feel? Scientists Are Entertaining the Idea

14. jaanuar 2019 - 23:40
An Australian scientist and a philosopher propose that the structure of insect brains suggests they have the capacity for basic awareness.