Wolfgang Buttress’s Hive: The sculpture controlled by bees

The Hive created by artist Wolfgang Buttress features an elaborate metal honeycomb with an illuminated dome at its centre.
02.07.2016. 17:05

Jorafarm bees: inspirational organization that specializes in beekeeping

As way of reducing poverty and unemployment in the Nigerian market, Ayoade Akande in Jorafarm bees decided to share his skills in beekeeping with youths.
22.06.2016. 12:25

Bees use their fuzz to detect electric fields

Researchers say the fuzz that covers bees' bodies helps them sense flowers' natural electric fields, allowing them to home in on their favorite plants.
14.06.2016. 14:16

What is going on In Maria’s apiary: Queen Cells are ready to go!

After equalizing and getting ready for splits, Maria started Queen Cells with the cut cell method. Find out how everything went.
08.06.2016. 18:26

Escherichia coli and Malaria: infections and diseases that bees can fight off!

Scientists are examining whether another bee product could help mankind fight off infections such as E.coli and diseases like malaria.
04.06.2016. 08:02

Pollen identification color guide

Honey bees forage for both nectar and pollen.The nectar is the bees source of energy while the pollen is consumed because it is a source of protein.
28.05.2016. 21:09

When to harvest honey - Tips & tricks

For beekeepers, when to harvest honey is not science fiction, there are a couple of indicators to know when to collect honey from the beehive. Generally speaking, beekeepers harvest their honey at the conclusion of a substantial nectar flow and when the beehive is filled with cure
14.05.2016. 22:10

Methods of equalization

In order to make colonies more or less equal in strength, equalizing is an effective method for great care.
07.05.2016. 20:54

Equalizing: The bee’s knees in Maria’s apiary

After a spring clean up, Maria talk about equalizing bee colonies in order to make weak and strong colonies stronger.
05.05.2016. 21:54

Bees are much smarter than we might think

Two separate studies show that while they may be small, bees and other insects are far more smarter than we have given them credit for.
30.04.2016. 20:04

European honeybees are being poisoned with up to 57 different pesticides

Honeybees across Europe are being poisoned by up to 57 different pesticides, a scientific study has found.
24.04.2016. 18:02

Parasites change bees chemical profile

Honey bees infected with the parasites like Varroa destructor have changes in the chemical profile of their skin and in their brains.
15.04.2016. 22:54