Learn about the amazing world of beekeeping, and join us to explore the inside of an active beehive from the comfort of your home. How do bees navigate home and tell their hivemates where the best flowers are? Why shouldn't you be scared of bee swarms? Is the queen really in charge? One former participant wrote: "I've planned events for Stanford alumni for 4 years, and this is the most interesting one I personally have experienced." Presenters Tiffany and Brian Neal maintain a home apiary of 7 beehives with their two kids.
MIT COVID-19 Response Funds
In exchange for the value you receive from this event, we ask that you make a donation (in an amount of your choosing) to the MIT Covid-19 Response Funds.
Funds will support:
MIT COVID-19 Research Fund
Gifts to support MIT’s response to help with the Covid-19 crisis, including providing equipment, space, expertise, and other resources to local area hospitals and other health care providers. Contributions to this fund will supplement Institute resources that are already being applied to these immediate medical needs including through the Medical Outreach and Crisis Management Team led by Professor Elazer Edelman, such as donations of personal protective equipment. Gifts will also support the work of Project Manus under Professor Martin Culpepper for projects including the design and mass manufacture of disposable face shields.
MIT COVID-19 Emergency Fund
Gifts to support MIT faculty and researchers addressing various aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic, including vaccine development, portable ventilators, AI solutions, and improved protective equipment.
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MITCNC Event Wed, Oct 5 / 6:00 pm PT
Computer History Museum
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