What happens when queenless bees have to forage for food and produce new bees at the same time? Researchers find that they adapt and change with their environment.
By comparing museum samples with modern bees, scientists have witnessed natural selection in action.
Mitochondrial genome sequencing has made it feasible to track wild bee populations over time, aiding conservation efforts.
The amount of ant repelling compounds plants produce correlates to the size of the bee polinators they attract, study says.
Nine-carbon fatty acids secreted by queen bees repress the fertility of worker bees in a hive.
Honeybee propolis treatment encourages hair growth in mice that have been shaved or waxed.
A study of bee brains has revealed that microRNAs targeting the structural protein actin are crucial in memory regulation.
A study documents the spread of bee-killing viruses through New Zealand via the parasitic mite Varroa destructor.
Based on bee vision, the aircraft landing system developed by UQ researchers is fully independent of GPS signals that can be blocked or hacked.