Penn State project aims to revitalize PA’s honey bee colonies one queen at a time

by Tara Caimi and Julie Eble

With drones for breeding, workers for gathering food, and a queen for reproducing, traditional honey bee colonies never had much use for a king. But the relatively recent decline in bee populations worldwide, a phenomenon commonly referred to as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), has inspired more humans to put themselves at the top of the bee colony hierarchy in hopes of finding a solution. (Read more at Stream IT Magazine.)

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