Bees: The Latest Addition To The London Police Force

Bees: The Latest Addition To The London Police Force
Innovation

London police use the pollen analysis of their fleet of bee-detectives to fight crime.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 23 february 2011

Are bees the next private eyes? The London police seem to think so. The metro police in the UK have started employing palynology, the science that studies particles that are between five and five hundred micrometers, like pollen and spores.

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