‘One of the Best Inventions Ever': Israeli Startup Solves 170-year-old Problem

BeeWise has invented a new kind of beehive that can help prevent colony collapse - which is threatening pollination across the world

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Eliyah Radzyner, 36, has been fascinated by bees for a long time. He began raising them in his backyard while studying at the Hebrew University’s Agriculture Faculty, and afterward he worked at an apiary in northern Israel. His day would begin at 4 A.M. “Beekeepers need to take advantage of all the daylight hours to understand what’s happening in all their hives,” he explains.

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