MicrobiologyBytes 2007: Year in Review
By ajcann
April started off with an exploration of whether viruses evolve to protect their hosts, then we took out first look at colony collapse disorder affecting bees. May was dominated by news about extreme drug resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) …
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Be grateful for bees
By Milan
Therein may lie the cause of the North American Colony Collapse Disorder outbreak that began in 2006. Honey bees are also used to pollinate peaches, soybeans, apples, pears, cherries, raspberries, blackberries, cranberries, watermelons, …
a sibilant intake of breath – http://www.sindark.com/

News You Can Use — From the Future
Wired News – USA
… posting satirical news stories on everything from Paris Hilton, Google search engines to mutated versions of colony collapse disorder. The twist? …
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News You Can Use — From the Future
By Jenna Wortham
After taking a hiatus for a few years, the parody news site FutureFeedForward is back in full swing, posting satirical news stories on everything from Paris Hilton, Google search engines to mutated versions of colony collapse disorder. …
The Underwire – http://blog.wired.com/underwire/

Not Exactly Rocket Science’s Review of 2007
By Ed Yong
Since 2006, a mysterious condition known as Colony Collapse Disorder has been causing entire hives of bees across the US and the UK to vanish. This year, a group of scientists finally found the cause – a virus called IAPV. …
Not Exactly Rocket Science – http://notexactlyrocketscience.wordpress.com