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We see the health of bees as a shared responsibility amongst multiple stakeholders and as something which must be collectively tackled. As a result, through our Bee Care Program, we are partnering with research institutes and universities, beekeepers and industry partners around the world on some exciting research projects and partnerships where we can really make a difference to the health of bees and other pollinators.

BEENOW will keep you informed about new co-operations and keep you updated about results from currently-running projects. Additionally it will offer further information and online material to support you in your own communication activities.

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From mathematical models to bee-friendly plant protection

There is safety in numbers

Many factors affect the conditions of a beehive. With the computer program BEEHAVE*, users can set different parameters and test their effects on a simulated bee colony. Bayer researchers hope the program will advance their understanding of the factors influencing bee h...

New focus in testing bee pollinators

Protecting bees for generations to come

Crop protection product research, as well as introducing new products to the market, is subject to strict regulations. The experts at Bayer have to make certain that their products are safe for bees, when used correctly.

Höfchen estate field trial station: Ensuring crop protection products...

Putting product safety to the test

Crops provide food, which is why farmers need to protect their harvests against destructive pests, weeds and diseases by using effective crop protection products. Equally, healthy pollinators such as honey bees and bumble bees are important for ensuring abundant harvest...

Toxigenomics: How honey bees detoxify plant protection products

In pursuit of key enzymes

Honey bees have metabolic mechanisms that can effectively break down certain insecticides quickly, allowing the applied dose to remain toxic to the target pest insects, yet not to bees.

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