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One human decision may be devastating bees
Philip Donkersley
Hive-less bees may be particularly vulnerable — posing a threat to pollinators worldwide.
Murder Hornets
Honey bees in Vietnam have one poopy defense against murder hornets
Tara Yarlagadda
It might not be pleasant, but it gets the job done.
Buzz Buzz
A new study reveals surprising similarities between bees and humans
Tara Yarlagadda
The worker bee has a will.
Buzz
A new map reveals the secret life of bees
Tara Yarlagadda
Bees are fascinating creatures, and this map shows their true diversity.
Science
Study reveals bees' brains are much more powerful than we thought
Nina Pullano
If a tiny bug's brain can do math, so can you.
Science
Can bees count to 5? Scientists had to sweeten the deal to find out
The Conversation
Just add it to the list of math skills bees have.
Science
Bumblebee Study Shows Flowers May Be Spreading Diseases to Wild Bees
Peter Hess
"We wanted to test this widely stated but largely untested hypothesis."
Mind and Body
Bees Are Disappearing. Shop Bee-Related Goods to Keep 'Em Around.
Ally Sabatina
You too can help save the bees!
Science
Scientists Are Surprised That Bees Can Learn, Remember, and Match Symbols
Scarlett Howard, Adrian Dyer and Andrew Greentree
The difference between bees and humans is not as great as we thought.
Mind and Body
Help Save the Bees by Supporting This Girl-Owned Lemonade Brand
Christina Wood
The best lemonade stand you ever saw is right here!
Science
Neonicotinoids: A Pesticide's Major Effect on Bees Is Surprising Scientists
Sarah Sloat
"That could have serious implications in terms of the resources that foraging bees are able to reach."
Science
Pornhub: 'Beesexual' Is the Adult Site's Newest Philanthropic Campaign
Sarah Sloat
Science
Bees That Happily Feast on Human Tears Are More Common Than You Might Think
Manu Saunders and Tobias Smith
Blood, sweat, and tears takes on a whole new meaning.
Innovation
How Cute, Sensor-Filled Backpacks for Bees Can Help Feed the Planet: Video
Danny Paez
Straight out of Black Mirror.
Science
Honey Bees Aren't the Only Insect to Produce Nectar, Says Ecologist
Manu Saunders
They're just the most famous.
Science
Times Square Bees: Massive Swarm Suggests Overcrowded, Overheated Hive
Yasmin Tayag
“Bees don’t swarm without warning."
Science
Why Bees Are Vital for California Almonds, According to an Economist
Brittney Goodrich
You can thank bees for your almond milk.
Science
Bees Understand the Abstract Math Concept of Zero, New Study Shows
Peter Hess
Scientists trained bees to recognize zero as less than other numbers.
Science
Puerto Rico's 'Gentle Killer Bees' Could Save the World's Honey
Sarah Sloat
This new breed of bees is exactly what farmers need.
Science
Bees Become Addicts After Sucking Nicotine-Laced Nectar
Jacqueline Ronson
Common pesticides are made of a closely related chemical.
Science
We Taught Bees to Play Soccer to Learn About Their Brain
The Conversation
These tiny machines have some serious brainpower. 
Science
These Maps Show How Bad It's Become for U.S. Bees
Jacqueline Ronson
We're losing bees where we need them the most.
Science
South Carolina Bees Died Needlessly in Zika Pesticide Spraying
Jacqueline Ronson
What a freaking waste.
Science
How Spraying for Zika Ended Up Killing Millions of Bees in South Carolina
Alasdair Wilkins
A whole lot went wrong here.
Science
The U.S. Military's Most Advanced Fighter Jet Gets Grounded By Bees
Catrina Dennis
The power of teamwork in action. 
Science
Farms Face Rising Costs and Hard Times as Wild Bees Decline
Ian Stark
A recent study shows that areas most in need are suffering the heaviest bee losses.
Science
Here Are the Most Beautiful Macro Pictures of Bees You've Ever Seen
Tatiana Craine
Are bees dying out? One organization is making sure we don't forget about this incredible insect.
Science
Junkie Bees Think Caffeinated Nectar Is Great, Even When It's Not
Jacqueline Ronson
Bees can't resist the buzz.
Entertainment
Join the Citizen Scientists Hunting Zombie Parasites That Lay Eggs in Bees
Jacqueline Ronson
Fly maggots eat honeybees from the inside out, causing the bees to act like zombies.
Innovation
Here Come RoboBees, the Robotic Bees That Can Fly and Now Swim
Neel V. Patel
Scientists just upgraded these nifty, not-yet-useful robotic sylphs.