April 18, 2018
EP. 50 — How Can We Be Less Rude To Bees? with Professor James Nieh
Professor James Nieh answers Jonathan’s questions about the diseases that are killing off our bees, explains the role bees play in bringing us almonds, and outlines the hierarchies and communication processes going on in hives all over the world.
Professor Nieh works out of UC San Diego, researching how natural and man-made stressors affect the biology and behavior of bees.
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