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    The University of Florida’s honeybee program has been around since the 1920s, but this June, it will mark the completion of a new honeybee headquarters on the university's campus, said Jamie Ellis, the Gahan endowed associate professor of entomology in the University of Florida's Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences (IFAS). (Feedstuffs)
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    I can remember being in grad school in the '80's and the observation hive in one of the labs. I never imagined having bees myself back then.

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    “The Honey Bee Research and Extension Laboratory is a series of three buildings — it’s a mini bee campus. One of the buildings, the Amy E. Lohman Apiculture Center, will house the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Apiary Inspection team, a beekeeping museum, a honey extraction and processing facility, and workshop space,” said Ellis, who heads the Honey Bee Lab. (Tallahassee Democrat)
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