New research shows honeybee hive clusters are a sign of desperation, not insulation.
Experiments show honey from Australian desert ants has potent antimicrobial power.
The surprising frequency of bees on coins through history shows the enduring importance to human societies of our buzzing companions.
Honeybees have the potential to cause damage to the structure of homes. The honey and wax produced by bees can melt under certain circumstances, like when the colony dies or during hot weather.
From New York to Tokyo, Melbourne to Venice – honeybee hives have revealed the unique genetic signatures of cities, even providing insights into human health.
The varroa mite’s arrival in Australia was only a matter of time. We could benefit from one pest fighting another.
Cooperating with honeyguides has been found to increase food security. It facilitates cultural traditions and enables income or trade.
Celebrating the European honeybee is a misplaced opportunity to honour our forgotten native pollinators.
Honeybees are crucial for pollinating crops and plants. They need good forage resources to do this and these resources are under threat in South Africa.
The study yields the first direct chemical evidence for honeybee product exploitation in West Africa.
A speech pathologist and lecturer in voice disorders explains why lemon and honey tea won’t fix your lost voice. But here’s what might help.
Our study is the first to research the impact of online misinformation on biological invasions.
The ex-combatants’ food memories show how they continue trying to make sense of both their past and present experiences of violence.
Until now the search for early evidence of alcohol has fixated on residue analysis.
Three foods and some cool stuff you should know about them.
In NSW, honeybees are listed as a key threatening process to biodiversity.
‘Bee-washing,’ marketing claims that purport to help bees, can diminish the important distinction between a honey bee and native bee.
Urban pollutants are a health concern in growing cities. Scientists are turning to honey bees to help monitor contaminants in soil, water, air and plants.
It doesn’t always pay to know what’s really in your food – but it’s fun to find out, anyway.
Non-Timber Forest Products don’t often feature in discussions about poverty reduction and alleviation.