Educational corner

  • Garlic and Acacia Honey

    Did you know that putting garlic and honey together will create a mixture that can keep your body healthy and strong?
  • History of Beekeeping (Part 2-Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Frenchmen)

    In Napoleon's heraldry the bee was a symbol of immorality and resurrection. It was chosen so as to link the new dynasty to the very origins of France.

  • Bees are nature's most economical builders

    Math tends to be easy matter to understand, for example: lim sup / r7→∞ x perim(C ∩ B(0, r)) / area(C ∩ B(0, r)) ≥ √4 12
  • Honey in the pyramids

    While excavating Egypt’s famous pyramids, archaeologists have found pots of honey in an ancient tomb. The honey, dating back approximately 3,000 ye...
  • Bee Addictions?

    Take a look at a few similarities between humans and bees regarding common addictions.
  • Have you ever heard of term "BEE fence"?

    No, it's not six football players in hexagon position.
  • How to consume acacia honey?

    If you plan to switch from industrial sugars and artificial sweeteners to honey, that is a great news. But, BEE mindful.
  • History of Beekeeping (Part 1-Cuevas de la Arana, Spain and Medieval Serbia)

    A brief summary of the oldest known cage artwork related to human interest into honey, followed by the story about beekeeping in Medieval Serbia.