BBC WORLD SERVICE SCIENCE IN ACTION

25 October 2018

Why Free Movement is Crucial for Science – and how cloud-sharing data from beehives help us understand these pollinators.

INTERVIEW  Professor Simon G Potts

Repeated 3 times;

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Other News:

ATLAS OF THE FUTURE

ATLAS OF THE FUTURE

The World Bee Project is using Artificial Intelligence and computing technology to understand the local challenges facing bees across the world.

‘She’s a Keeper’

‘She’s a Keeper’

Training women all over the world in sustainable beekeeping to improve income, independence and well-being.

PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT

PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT

The World Bee Project CIC collaborates with pollinator monitoring kingpin BeeHero to increase AI monitored hives in its World Hive Network to 50,000 and help smallholder farmers to pollinate and prosper.