Prof Hector Schlenk, Senior Researcher at the Bogton Institute for Public Engagement with Science:
Times Square is normally swarming with tourists, but some pesky bees added a bit of a buzz about the landmark when they made a temporary home on top of a hot dog stand.
Poet Paul Jenkins was so inspired by a new art trail in Manchester that he wrote a poem matched to the sculptures of giant bees.
Scientists have issued an appeal for samples of honey from across the north in a bid to better understand the factors which can alter honey yields and the size and health of honeybee populations.
Police are appealing for information after damage was caused to a beehive on a farm near Nairn.
Scottish bee farmers and beekeepers have been urged to remain vigilant for signs of European Foulbrood (EFB).
Burgie was buzzing at the weekend for more reasons than one as an equestrian event was delayed by a swarm of bees.
Stallholders at a car boot sale were astonished when 30,000 bees swarmed and settled under a table.
There could soon be a real buzz about a Lochaber hotel.
A colony of bees in Aberdeenshire had to be destroyed following the second outbreak of a deadly disease in the region this year.
A new study has revealed the differing impact of the three banned neonicotinoid insecticides on bee populations.
Bees and honey producers are thriving across parts of Scotland thanks to one of the nation's most iconic birds - the red grouse.
Beekeepers across Scotland are being urged to remain vigilant for American foulbrood (AFB) disease following an outbreak in an apiary near Alyth, Perthshire.
Scottish beekeepers are in a buzz about a new pest making a march across Europe and threatening their hives.
Scottish Government bee inspectors are on the look out for small hive beetle (SHB) after the pest was detected in south-west Italy.
Scottish growers will have year-round access to a pair of neonicitinoids for use on oilseed rape crops.
An outbreak of a highly contagious disease affecting colonies of honeybees has been found in an apiary in the Tarland area of Aberdeenshire.
Visitors to the Scottish Parliament got a shock today when they were confronted by thousands of bees.