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Marla Spivak: A Scientist With a Real Bee in Her Bonnet

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Image of Marla Spivak on the left and Katie Klee on right trying on a bee beard.

Trying on a bee beard.

Credit: Gary Reuter, University of Minnesota


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Image of Marla Spivak inspecting honey bee colonies at the University of Minnesota.

Marla Spivak inspecting honey bee colonies at the University of Minnesota.

Credit: Courtesy the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation


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Image of Marla Spivak holding a try full of bees that have crawled on her neck and face.

Marla Spivak puts a good buzz on. "When we dumped bees on a tray, they crawled up my face," said Maria Spivak.

Credit: Gary Reuter, University of Minnesota


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