Photo: Rachael GordonPhoto: Rachael Gordon

Kids from Blackawton Primary School in the United Kingdom have proven that you are never too young to be a scientist. The students, ages eight through ten, conducted experiments to see how bees learn to graze for food. Published in the professional scientific journal Biology Letters their study found that bees can learn complex rules to solve puzzles involving color patterns. The kids concluded that bees are smart and have their own individual personalities!