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  2. Popular Science

    Pesticides are making bees dumber
    Popular Science
    Pesticides are an essential part of large-scale industrial agriculture, and some amount of honeybee exposure is inevitable. The question, then—which hasn't been answered by regulation to date, Johnson says—is how much harm to bees is acceptable.

  3. Smithsonian

    Is the Key to Saving Pollinators … Honey Bee Semen? | Science...
    “I'm surprised it took you so long to ask,” Brandon Hopkins says with a laugh. The 35-year-old entomologist is preparing samples to be sent to the USDA ...
    Gardening Guru: Bees in the Garden – The Sun-Gazette NewspaperFoothills Sun Gazette

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  4. Smithsonian

    'Safe' Levels of Pesticide Still Hamper Bees' Memory and Ability to Learn
    Pesticides are commonly found in bees' honey and pollen stores—a 2017 global analysis recorded the presence of neonicotinoids, a class of insecticides once praised for their supposed low toxicity, in 75 percent of all honey samples. These figures ...

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  5. Understanding non-lethal effects of pesticides on honey bees
    Scientists are developing a new way of studying bees in the laboratory to determine whether pesticides are having a negative effect on their health and behaviour. Understanding the effects of pesticides on honey bee health is imperative in making ...

  6. Washington Post

    3 ways to create a honeybee haven at home
    Washington Post
    You can protect bees by buying plants from retailers that have pledged to sell neonic-free plants. The last thing you can do is for yourself. Set aside a few minutes in the garden this summer and fall to watch a honeybee at work. If you are still and ...

  7. New Food

    Scientists appeal for Scottish honey samples for national monitoring...
    New Food
    Beekeepers from Scotland are urged to provide samples of their honey to aid the health and size of bee populations and honey yields.

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