Marking our bees – what might it reveal?
Bear with me on this; I am not talking about traditional methods and practices for marking Queens. That has all been rehearsed, explained and justified by beekeepers that are far, far more knowledgeable and experienced than me.
My thoughts on the subject of this piece have been shaped by a personal set of interests and experiences.
1. For more than five years I championed a group, based in and around Cambridge but whose membership extended beyond. I also had the privilege to visit academics, health specialists, companies and inventors in USA and Canada.
This included addressing and chairing meetings and conferences to support and promote the use of a particular technology – wireless. My field of interest is the application of wireless and computer technologies to monitoring, managing and enhancing human health and wellbeing. This is a very diverse field and includes monitoring soldiers in battle field situations, managing chronic health co...