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Kristina Vonend

// studied at the University of Würzburg, where she graduated with a master’s in German Studies and Cultural Anthropology

// ­Following her traineeship, she completed further training as a press liaison officer at the Academy of Journalism in Munich

// From 2010, she has worked as a freelancer in the press and public ­relations sector and is responsible for press and online content in the HOBOS team

Contact: laborundmore@succidia.de

Learning from honeybees: live observation in the beehive

Light in the Darkness - von Prof. Dr Jürgen Tautz, Bernhard Schneider, Kristina Vonend

Inside a beehive it is warm – and utterly dark. The hive members function like a highly complex organism. Some 50,000 individuals live cheek-by-jowl and yet still have room to move. Thanks to the ingenious division of labour, it’s more a case of "busy as a hive" than "busy as a bee". Usually, what occurs in a beehive remains hidden from human view. Not so with HOBOS (HOneyBee Online Studies), the online research platform launched by our team....