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Making sense of chemical stories

Guide for the lifestyle sector and anybody with questions about chemical stories

In the lifestyle view of things chemicals are the baddies to be avoided and eliminated, says a new Guide to the world of chemicals. The goal of the publication is to explain the scientific view of things.

Encouraging news to everyone who cares about bee health

Possible connection to lower levels of Varroa mite infestations

The winter of 2013/14 brought some of the lowest levels of bee losses in eight years, says a US government study.

Let’s meet at Open Farm Sunday!

Bayer CropScience participates at College Farm, Duxford, on June 8

If you live in the UK, June 8 is a day to mark in your diary: Open Farm Sunday is a fantastic opportunity to meet the local farmers who grow your food and care for your countryside.

Serious flaws in recent US study on neonicotinoids

Scientific value of findings is limited

"Dosages are far removed from the reality of the field”, says Bayer Bee Care Center spokesman

North American Bee Care Center Hosts Ambassador Training Sessions

Last week was a big week for the Bee Ambassadors with 24 employees trained on Tuesday, May 6 followed by Master Bee Ambassador training for 12 employees the next day. This was the first time the training had taken place in the North American Bee Care Center in Research...

“We have a longer history in dealing with Varroa in Europe”

Interview with Annette Schuermann, Head of the first Bayer Bee Care Center, Monheim, Germany

Hear the whole interview with Annette Schuermann, Head of the first Bayer Bee Care Center, Monheim, Germany

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