Diana Cox-Foster, a professor of entomology at Pennsylvania State University, and Dennis vanEngelsdorp, Pennsylvania's acting state apiarist, report on the cures for "colony collapse" - a disease that is killing millions of bees and could affect the future of our food supply. This article was published in the April 2009 edition of Scientific American
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