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Anjana Ahuja on bees, cities of the future and science's big festival

By Anjana Ahuja   September 2010

Bristol will turn into a hive of activity from 28th to 30th August, when it celebrates bees and pollination. Insect experts, beekeepers, orchid enthusiasts and honey producers will take over the University’s Botanic Garden, which will also host a working hive. There’ll even be a honey competition. Sweet. Call 0117 331 4906 for more details.

In collaboration with Open House weekend, which gives the public access to normally private buildings, the Royal Society is hosting a public discussion on what sustainable cities of the future will look like. Urban meteorologists will join architects and social policy specialists for the event…

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