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Responding to a petition from the Xerces Society, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has proposed listing the rusty patched bumble bee as an...

You really CAN hear the corn grow! - Acoustic study shows that corn grows taller and taller by continuously breaking and repairing, much like lifting weights causes micro-tears in the muscle. #agriculture #engineering #science #vegetables #organic

You really CAN hear the corn grow! - Acoustic study shows that corn grows taller and taller by continuously breaking and repairing, much like lifting weights causes micro-tears in the muscle. #agriculture #engineering #science #vegetables #organic

Bad news for beekeepers. The 2015-16 winter season saw losses of nearly 12 percent in 29 countries. Learn more on steamregister.com #science #bees #beekeeping #biology

Bad news for beekeepers. The 2015-16 winter season saw losses of nearly 12 percent in 29 countries. Learn more on steamregister.com #science #bees #beekeeping #biology

Pesticides Linked To Massive Bee Die Off -- Mini-extinction events were found to be three times more common in bees that foraged on pesticide-laced rapeseed crops than in those that didn't. #Bees #Beekeeping #Nature

Pesticides Linked To Massive Bee Die Off -- Mini-extinction events were found to be three times more common in bees that foraged on pesticide-laced rapeseed crops than in those that didn't. #Bees #Beekeeping #Nature

The Black Rhinoceros is one of the most critically endangered species in the world with a population of just 4,848 individuals.

The Black Rhinoceros is one of the most critically endangered species in the world with a population of just 4,848 individuals.

Why Do Sunflowers Follow The Sun? -- Sunflowers begin the day with their heads facing east, swing west through the day, and turn back to the east at night. Now we finally know exactly how and why they do it. #sunflowers #biology #science #didyouknow

Why Do Sunflowers Follow The Sun? -- Sunflowers begin the day with their heads facing east, swing west through the day, and turn back to the east at night. Now we finally know exactly how and why they do it. #sunflowers #biology #science #didyouknow

Coral researchers in Australia have for the first time ever captured the…

Coral researchers in Australia have for the first time ever captured the…

Bumblebees have feelings too! New research reveals that good food puts bees in good mood.

Bumblebees have feelings too! New research reveals that good food puts bees in good mood.

Scientists have unearthed the molecular feedback loop that creates the spiral pattern of leaves around a stem.

Scientists have unearthed the molecular feedback loop that creates the spiral pattern of leaves around a stem.

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