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Honeybee venom shows promise in breast cancer research

September 22, 2020 By
Recent research conducted to explore the cancer fighting properties of venom from Western honeybees (Apis mellifera) has proved successful. Read more»
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Pest Management Systems reveals mural on company building

February 19, 2020 By
Pest Management Systems has commissioned a 60-foot mural by JEKS on the side of the company's Greensboro, N.C. office building. Read more»
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Bee expert completes two more large extractions in July

July 30, 2019 By
Eric “Critter” McCool makes an appearance again. The pest management professional recently launched Bee Nation, a stinging insect research and training facility near Erie, Pa. And what better timing than right before a massive honey bee colony is found in... Read more»
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An Africanized honey bee (left) and a European honey bee on honeycomb. Despite color, they normally can’t be identified by eye. Photo: Scott Bauer, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bugwood.org

Enhanced bee allergy vaccine succeeds in clinical trials

July 18, 2019 By
Australian researchers successfully completed a human trial on a vaccine designed to eliminate the risk of severe allergic reactions to European honey bees. Read more»
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Critter McCool launches Bee Nation

July 6, 2019 By
On June 1, Eric “Critter” McCool entered into a new phase of his three-decades-plus pest management career. That was the official opening date of Bee Nation, his stinging insect research and training facility near Erie, Pa. It also officially marks... Read more»
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Protecting pollinator species

July 3, 2019 By
The planet is home to many different pollinators, including hummingbirds, bats, butterflies, beetles, flies and moths — as well as certain lemurs, lizards and geckos. But it’s the bees that pest management professionals (PMPs) have an opportunity to protect. Pollinators... Read more»
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Protecting people and pollinators

June 25, 2019 By
Meet the pest control pros who safely relocate pollinators and honey bees that threaten public health. And educate customers at the same time. Read more»
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Houston PMP removes hives with estimated one million honeybees

October 30, 2018 By
Claude Griffin, owner of Gotcha Pest Control, Houston, Texas, tells The Midland Reporter-Telegram that a recent honey bee infestation was one of the worst he’s faced during his 20-plus years as a pest management professional (PMP). The southwest Houston home... Read more»
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Photos: Stormin’ Norman owners launch Luckey Bee Farms

September 6, 2017 By
Gilbert, Ariz.-based Stormin’ Norman Termite and Pest Control has an unusual approach to bee accounts. Co-owners Ernie and Amy Henson learned of an eco-friendly method to remove hives from structures, and Luckey Bee Farms — named after Amy’s grandmother —... Read more»
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Abell Pest Control helps fund honey bee research

August 10, 2017 By
Abell Pest Control, based in Etobicoke, Ontario, will donate $25,000 over five years to the University of Guelph’s Honey Bee Research Centre to help fund graduate research. The company also intends to launch a website that would give those with... Read more»
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