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Tech firms use remote monitoring to help honey bees
by Bernd Debusmann, Jr., Business Reporter
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14 June 2021
On 14 June 2021 BBC News reported:
Beekeeping is one of the oldest industries in existence, but it faces numerous threats. A number of tech firms hope to help the honey bee have a brighter future. Noah Wilson-Rich, chief scientific officer of US firm Best Bees Company, says it is distressing how many American honey bee colonies, or hives as they are otherwise known, die off every year. His Boston firm installs hives on commercial and residential properties - everywhere from roof tops to back gardens. Its staff then use an advanced software system to monitor and record the health of all the bee colonies.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The data is shared with researchers at Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, to help them better understand the plight of the insects.
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