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Since the publication of this summary of neonicotinoid research important new studies have been published. The authors consider the latest work with reference to the original paper. Neonicotinoids and the evidence "Much new research has been published on the topic (we review over 80 studies here) including the largest replicated field study to date. Despite the relatively short time since the restatement was published we provide here an update in the same format. We do this (i) because of the significant advances in the science; (ii) because of the continuing need for policy neutral evide
With all the information that is flying around and that is available online, it is really difficult to figure out who's got an agenda and who not and what one can use that will not harm bees and what not. I found this article interesting: Researchers don’t always get it right. Scientists used to toiling in obscurity on arcane subjects can be lured into presenting hyperbolic conclusions from a media that demands sensational headlines, and confirmation bias remains a powerful psychological force within the scientific community. So what does the media do when honest researchers realize