A startup has developed a new sustainable beehive with IoT connectivity to eradicate deadly mites and keep bees safe.
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A new robot inspired by bees can autonomously pollinate some types of plants.
Unique shelters provide shelter for solitary bees under threat in urban environments.
Paper containing glucose and honey plant seeds can help protect bee populations from declining.
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An Australian artist has created 3D-printed robotic flowers to help save the declining bee population.
The miniature tracking device developed by researchers at Bangor University aims to shed light on what is affecting the falling numbers of bees.
Hivemind is a wifi-enabled ‘Fitbit for bees’, helping smaller scale or personal apiaries remotely keep track of hive health at lower costs than commercial satellite monitoring.
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Researchers at Japan’s AIST institute found gel from a previous failed experiment and discovered that it can, with horse-hair covered drones, pollinate flowers.
In Poland, scientists have developed a flying robot that can navigate its own path to pollinate flowers and crops.
A downloadable and printable beehive that can be equipped with smart tech to help crowd-source data about the insects living inside has been developed.