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Cell phones are not killing bees

TweetA quarter of the honeybee colonies in America are dead, and scientists are searching for the reason why. “They’re basically… read more Cell phones are not killing bees

Honey of an invention stings bee nemeses

TweetContact: Zachary Huang, (517) 353-8136, bees@msu.edu; or Sue Nichols, University Relations, (517) 353-8942, nichols@msu.edu An MSU entomologist’s invention has left… read more Honey of an invention stings bee nemeses

Honeybee deaths could hurt Michigan fruit, vegetable production

TweetContact: Ken Nye (800) 292-2680 ext. 2020 LANSING, March 1, 2007 -Michigan fruit and vegetable growers who rely on honeybees… read more Honeybee deaths could hurt Michigan fruit, vegetable production

New pheromone creates buzz about the clout of older bees

Tweet A honey bee worker (top left corner) feeds four others simultaneously. Honey bee social feeding was long thought to… read more New pheromone creates buzz about the clout of older bees

Profile: Zachary Huang

TweetHuang has been recently working on bee hormone research and says he is used to handling the bees and has… read more Profile: Zachary Huang

Inventions: Mitezapper

TweetEntomology prof. invents nonchemical device that kills pests harmful to bees By Fredricka Paul (Last updated: 08/28/09 6:25pm) Name: Zachary… read more Inventions: Mitezapper

Michigan State researcher traces the evolution of honey bee gender

TweetContact: University Relations, Office: (517) 355-2281 media.communications@ur.msu.edu Published: Oct. 26, 2006 E-mail Editor ShareThis Related Links CyberBeeNet EAST LANSING, Mich…. read more Michigan State researcher traces the evolution of honey bee gender

KaleidaGraph helps researchers discover a key pheromone in honeybees – essential for U.S. agricultural health

TweetKaleidaGraph helps researchers discover a key pheromone in honeybees – essential for U.S. agricultural health A recent discovery unveils the… read more KaleidaGraph helps researchers discover a key pheromone in honeybees – essential for U.S. agricultural health