City Bees created an environmentally friendly, glucose-containing material that can be used in products such as bags or coffee cups, at once helping curb plastic waste while also giving needed nourishment to the dwindling bee population
As honeybees become more threatened, scientists are creating manmade spaces for them to thrive in
A miniature boutique lodging is meant to raise awareness for the honey-producing creatures
In an effort to solve the colony collapse issue, a new project enables people to nurture their own populations.
Scientists in Australia are tracking the movements of bees in an attempt to find out why they are dying.
To promote the launch of its Highlander Honey whiskey, Dewar's placed 80,000 insects inside a vessel shaped like a bottle to create a 3D honeycomb.
The supermarket temporarily removed half its fruits and vegetables in the store to raise awareness of the importance of pollinators.
Dewar's has launched 'Highlander Honey', which is infused with the sticky substance harvested near the distillery in Scotland.
Bees are exceptionally rational and work cooperatively to get tasks done. Could Bee inspired robots do the same?
The honey substitute might actually be the cause of the recent mass death of the important insect.
Bee Thinking fashions and sells hives and accessories that are perfectly suited to beekeeping in the city.