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Every year, around 35% of all bee colonies on the planet collapse, according to Beewise CEO Saar Safra. This is a phenomenon called colony collapse disorder, and it occurs when worker bees abandon the colony and queen.

Stopping this decline is crucial. Seventy five percent of all fruits, vegetables, seeds and nuts we consume relies on pollination from bees. Beewise, a company with offices in California and Israel that recently raised $80 million, is hoping to save those bees from collapse and other threats by reinventing technology that’s more than 150 years old – the modern beehive. 

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