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Lowest winter losses for bee colonies in Europe

Promising preliminary results of an international study

A ray of hope for honey bees shone through recently with the preliminary results from an international study indicating that losses across Europe were at their lowest since 2007.

A perfect partnership!

Working together for mutual benefit

In many areas of life, things often function well when we aim to work together, finding solutions that work for everyone involved. So it is in nature too where plants and insects work in harmony – as seen with the canola and bee industries.

Bees and soccer in New York

Bayer exhibition at famous historical city landmark: Grand Central Station

What do honey bees, soccer balls, and science experiments have in common? New Yorkers could find out during Bayer’s 3-day “Science For a Better Life” exhibition at Grand Central Station.

The dose makes the poison

In our little series about the newly published guide “Making sense of chemical stories” we discuss why a chemical cannot simply be classified as “dangerous” or “safe”.

Bayer US honors beekeeping Vietnam veteran for community leadership

Award-winning beekeeper, farmer and entrepreneur Herbert Everhart founded an innovative program for veterans and youth to learn about beekeeping.

Bayer Bee Care Tour: Grand Finale in Washington DC

After travelling right across the USA, the second Bayer Bee Care Tour concludes by participating in “National Pollinator Week”, an annual initiative by the US Secretary of Agriculture.

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