Exploring aid-delivering bee projects is essential for the planet and consequently, for humans as a species. Many designers and developers have focused on the crisis of the declining bee population and are turning to technology to address the impending problems that come with it.
Some designers embark on bee projects that offer a nutritious boost to pollinators in urbanized areas. Examples of this includes bee-saving paper by Polish agency Saatchi & Saatchi and conservationists City Bees, Shau Design's 'Bee Hospital,' as well as Mexican-based studio MaliArts' urban bee-accommodating structures.
The vigorous work of battling bee extinction bleeds into instances where behavioral paradigms are addressed and attempted to be changed. An example of this would be MIT's Mediated Matter group's purely synthetic environment.
From Bee Survival Aid Devices to Supportive Synthetic Environments
Supportive Synthetic Environments
MIT's Synthetic Apiary Searches for Bee Survival Opportunities
AI Bee-Saving Algorithms
Alain Bugnon and Signal Processing Laboraty 5 are Saving the Bees with AI
Bee-Saving Honey Granolas
Back to Nature Foods' Gluten-Free Honey-Nut Granola Helps Save the Bees
Robotic Bee Attractors
An Australian Designed and Robotic Flower That Can Aid in Pollination
The 'Happy Bees' Beehive Reproduces the Natural Habitat for Bees
Bee-Sustaining Artificial Flowers
Matilde Boelhouwer's Emergency Flowers are Saving the Bees
Bee Survival Aid Devices
Bee Hospital Helps the Declining Bee Population Adapt to Urban Cities
Bee-Saving Paper Solutions
Saatchi & Saatchi IS Warsaw Offers a Solution to Battle Bee Extinction
Solitary Bee-Accommodating Objects
MaliArts' Project is Launched to Help Solitary Bees in Cities
Reimagined Beekeeping Systems
HoneyComb Hives Has a New Smart-Frame System That Aids Bee Movement