Monthly Archives: April 2018

New Microscopic Particles Absorb Toxins in Honey Bees

New Microscopic Particles Absorb Toxins in Honey Bees

Neonicotinoid pesticides have emerged as one of the foremost threats to honey bee colonies in recent years, but a new type of micro-particle developed by researchers at Washington State University could help protect bees from the toxic effects of pesticide exposure. These tiny particles—which are roughly the size and shape of a grain of pollen—act… Continue Reading