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Bee Entomology

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  2. MSUToday

    Refining pesticides to kill pests, not bees | MSUToday | Michigan...
    Researchers at Michigan State University's entomology department have unlocked a key to maintain the insecticide's effectiveness in eliminating pests without killing beneficial bugs, such as bees. The study, featured in the current issue of Proceedings ...
    Refining pesticides to kill pests, not bees - Phys.orgPhys.Org

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  3. Hindustan Times

    Honey, they took the sting out of the bee (rearing) business...
    Hindustan Times
    Pantnagar University plans to introduce tropical stingless bee in North India, develops special beehive box too.

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  4. Entomology Today

    A Place for Engineering in Entomology – Entomology Today
    Entomology Today
    Meghan Bennett engineered a device to detect the emergence of alfalfa leafcutting bees from their nest cells. Her device is composed of a microcontroller, infared detectors, metal BBs, and Eppendorf tubes, among other components. By Meredith Swett ...

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  5. teleSUR English

    Puerto Rico's Africanized Honey Bee Adopts Docile European Bee...
    teleSUR English
    "Evolution involves changes in the frequency of gene variants across a population, and that's what we're seeing in Puerto Rico," said Robinson.
    Genomic study explores evolution of gentle 'killer bees' in Puerto RicoDeathRattleSports.com

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  6. Science News

    Honeybees fumble their way to blueberry pollination
    Science News
    ... if any, from blueberry flowers, ecologist George Hoffman said November 5 at the Entomology 2017 meeting. Yet big commercial blueberry growers bring in hives of honeybees in the belief that the insects will help wild pollinators and boost the berry ...

  7. Entomology Today

    Highlights From the Highlighted Posters at Entomology 2017
    Entomology Today
    Catherine Dana of the University of Illinois walks an attendee through her poster on water-repellent cicada wings. By Meredith Swett Walker. The average Denverite passing the Entomology 2017 banners around the Colorado Convention Center might envision ...