Pollinators in the Press

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Come Hither, Bumblebee, and Pollinate

New York Times
April 29, 2009


Guest Column: Let’s Hear It for the Bees

New York Times
April 28, 2009


Live-in Domestics: Mites As Maids In Tropical Rainforest Sweat Bee Nests

April 28, 2009


The economic value of honeybees

BBC News Business
April 23, 2009


Decline of the bee investigated

BBC Today
April 21, 2009


The Bees' Needs: £10m To Save Dying Insects

Sky News
Catherine Jacob
April 21, 2009


Research money has beekeepers buzzing

BBC News
Sarah Mukherjee
April 21, 2009


Laurence Packer: Generating Buzz

Lab Business Magazine
Theresa Rogers
Spring, 2009


Sunbirds learn to hover, thanks to a plant invader

New Scientist
Debora MacKenzie
April 15, 2009


Honeybees don't fall for cheap perfume

Jennifer Viegas
April 15, 2009


Nature's Way: Focus of tree flowers

Wisconsin State Journal
Jerry Davis
April 15, 2009


David Suzuki: If the bees disappear, we’ll all be stung

David Suzuki and Faisal Moola
April 14, 2009


Cure For Honey Bee Colony Collapse?

Science Daily
April 14, 2009


The decline of bumblebees -- and what we can do to help

Minneapolis Post
Neil Cunningham
April 13, 2009


Symposium to Raise Awareness and Funds for Pollination Park

University Of Guelph news
April 9, 2009


HL: Buzz around Vancouver's new trade centre is the sound of honey bees

TMC News
April 9, 2009


DNA From Old Insects: No Need To Destroy The Specimen

April 9, 2009


Where have the bees gone?

Toronto Sun
By Vivian Song
April 4, 2009
Newspaper version (PDF)


Biochemical Buzz On Career Changes In Bees

Arpil 6, 2009.


Let's Give Three Bronx Cheers for Bumblebees

GrrlScientist, Scienceblogs.com
April 2, 2009


The Curious Case of Bees

Scientific American
April 2, 2009


Nature’s pollinators – What's all the BUZZ about?

Agriculture Guide
April 1, 2009


Beecause Celebrating 20 years Art Exhibit

Funds raised will go to support The Arts Project and the Canadian Bee Research Fund.
Last day to submit artwork is June 30, 2009.


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