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May. 06, 2011

Sweet Science

by Carl Flatow

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If you like a little honey with your science, and you’re in NY City next Wednesday, you might want to join us at the American Museum of Natural History. Beekeeper, entomologist and professor in the Department of Biology at The College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati, Ohio, Gene Kritsky recently wrote the book on the history of the bee hive, The Quest for the Perfect Hive will be the headliner at the Museum’s Adventures in the Global Kitchen. We’ll be talking about Urban Beekeeping while we sample an assortment of honeys and other honey related goodies.

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