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Bees in the Netherlands trained to detect COVID-19 infections
Dutch researchers have trained bees, which have an unusually keen sense of smell, to identify samples infected with COVID-19, a finding they said could cut waiting times for test results to just seconds.
Chinese man covers body in 140 pounds of bees for Guinness World Record
A Chinese daredevil achieved a Guinness World Record when his body was covered in more than 140 pounds of living bees.
Scientists teach bees to pollinate sunflowers based on scent
Research published Thursday in the journal Current Biology suggests honeybees can be scent-trained, similar to the way dogs are trained to follow a scent by first sniffing the target.
EU to halve pesticides by 2030 to protect bees, biodiversity: Draft
The European Commission is seeking to halve the use of chemical pesticides by 2030 to halt the decline of pollinators, in a plan likely to draw criticism both from those urging a phase-out of the substances and from farmers who say crop yields will suffer.
Bees swarm on Arizona family's porch, trigger security alerts
An Arizona family who had dozens of alerts from their front door security camera overnight discovered the cause was a giant swarm of bees that took over their porch.
Scientists decode bees ‘waggle dancing’
We've long known honey bees shake their behinds to communicate the location of high-value flower patches to one another, a form of signaling that scientists refer to as "waggle dances."
Drowning bees can surf to safety on waves they create
If their honey-making and pollination prowess weren’t enough, there’s a new reason to appreciate honeybees: They’re world-class surfers.
UK gardeners urged to let lawns run wild, count flowers to help save bees
While many UK gardeners prize a well-maintained lawn, conservationists are urging people to leave their mowers in the shed and count wildflowers instead.
New ‘safe’ pesticides to replace banned chemicals hurt bees, scientists say
New pesticides regarded as ‘bee safe’ could actually be causing harm to these vital pollinators when combined with other chemicals being applied to crops, according to a new study.
Older bees influence younger bees to fan wings, cool hive
To keep bee hives cool, honey bees fan their wings to promote circulation. New research suggested the behavior is socially influenced.
Clever bees can identify different flowers by patterns of scent
New research led by scientists from the University of Bristol and Queen Mary University of London has revealed that bumblebees can tell flowers apart by patterns of scent.
Bees join exclusive crew of animals that get the concept of zero
A little brain can be surprisingly good at nothing. Honeybees are the first invertebrates to pass a test of recognizing where zero goes in numerical order, a new study found.
'My restless legs were like bees biting under my skin'
For years, Mary Rose struggled to get off to sleep or to stay asleep, because she felt like she was being attacked by insects.

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