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.
Your Bee Care Team
The Asian Hornet arrived in Europe in 2004 and has quickly and surely expanded its distribution area since then. This is bad news for honey bees – the hornet’s favorite prey. Working with academic partners in France, Bayer has supported a study on the Asian Hornet, adva...
Insects trigger a wide scope of images in our minds. Bayer researchers are passionate about them all: They work to promote them where they are beneficial, control them where they cause harm and protect them where they don’t. Discover the diversity of insects for yoursel...
Formerly exotic and rare outside of countries where they are grown, mangoes are now a regular sight in grocery stores around the world. These unique-tasting fruits are imported from tropical regions, where they are staple in numerous flavorful dishes.
The Healthy Hives Latin America 2020 (Salud Apícola 2020 Latinoamérica) program is a collaboration between the Bayer Bee Care Center and the Fraunhofer Chile Research Foundation, working alongside local researchers at universities and beekeepers’ associations.