Future of the Environment

Robot bees are helping scientists understand how the real things communicate

Robotic bees could eventually act as realistic 'spies', enabling us to get a closer glimpse inside bee colonies. Image: REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski

Dan Robitzski

Journalist, Futurism

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The robotic bees infiltrate real hives to understand their behaviour. Image: Assissibf
Bees play an essential part in our ecosystem. Image: Greenpeace

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