In the year 1202, Leonardo of Pisa came out with Liber Acci, a mathematic book explaining arithmatic and number sequences.The Fibonacci Sequence is the following: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 […]
These photos were submitted to us by a local bee enthusiast. Thanks Christina B. for your submission!
Widespread health issues of Apis mellifera, the western honey bee, have become a growing concern across America and around the globe. Drawing the most attention has been the rapid (and […]
It is official. The bee camera is up and running. Please feel free to check out the honeybee hives on the roof of our facility at The George Washington University. […]
Finals are underway here at GW, and to get our eyes away from non-stop studying, Ricky and I are going to the lab to continue constructing! We are building new […]
Here are some pictures of comb that the bees had built on their own. When they are particularly productive—or when beekeepers do not check their hives often enough—bees produce wax […]
Today, Ricky and I worked with Professor Doebel to construct four new hives for GW’s Food Justice Alliance, a student organization focusing on food sustainability. These hives replaced four hives […]