Hexagonal honeycomb pattern made by forces, not bees

07/16/2013 | Nature (free content)

The hexagonal engineering of a honeycomb could be attributed more to physical forces and surface tension, rather than bees' natural skills, according to a study. The team found that worker bees build circular cells that morph into hexagons as the wax is heated and squeezed by the creation of additional cells.

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