Seeing like a bee, with Assoc Prof Adrian Dyer

Assoc Prof Adrian Dyer

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Associate Professor Adrian Dyer is a visual ecologist researching how bee see and think. The exciting revelation that the tiny brains of bees may be able to process more complex data than we thought could have practical implications for the way we plant crops and bee food in the future.

Can bees count?

Can bees recognise human faces?

Come along to the 2019 ABA Conference and find out!

Researchers have found bees can do basic mathematics, in a discovery that expands our understanding of the relationship between brain size and brain power. Find out more: