Researchers at CU Boulder have, for the first time, used X-ray computed tomography (also known as a CT scan) to peer inside swarms of honeybees. The scans provide a deeper look at these humble insects: Bees, the group discovered, don’t clump together in a random group. Instead, they seem to form dome-shaped structures following surprisingly […]
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