Comment: The communication of the dancing bomb-sniffer
Many years ago, I did an A level biology course that consisted mainly of ‘free periods’ and self-learning – strange at that time, and still remarkably unstructured even by today’s standards. It did, however, lead to me reading all sorts of books that I would probably never have encountered during a more formal course. I was reminded of one such book recently when I read a newspaper article about honeybees being used to sniff out bombs. This sounds bizarre, but is actually an active investigation at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico.
Dermatology in practice 2007; 15(3): 3–3
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