NASA Partnership Spring 2020

April 21, 2020

Like everyone, we had to adapt quickly to the pandemic: to continue to monitor bee health, we had to move the hives offsite, as HBS needed to restrict access to the buildings. With the help of HBS staff, these remote worker bees are now off-campus, where they are providing data to a number of research projects. One such project is a program with NASA we call Food Security because of the critical role bees play in over a third of all the food consumed in this country.

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