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New habitats for Britain’s bees

Great news for pollinators in the UK! The Heritage Lottery Fund has announced plans to grant substantial funds towards protecting the future of the national bee population.

Bayer housing project a hit with residents!

Bees need shelter and forage for survival

Now that temperatures are warming up and the first flowers of springtime are opening their buds, it is high time for wild bees to move into a new home. Let them find it in your back garden!

Bayer CropScience Opens North American Bee Care Center

State-of-the-Art Facility Dedicated to Improving Honey Bee Health through Research and Development, Education

The North American Bee Care Center, part of the company’s $12 million investment in bee health in 2014, brings together some of the brightest minds in agriculture and apiology to develop comprehensive solutions for bee health. This includes entomologists and apiarists,...

Bees improve our strawberry fields

EU Commission report: value of bee pollination likely to be even greater than thought

Bee-pollinated strawberries have a better shape, weight, firmness and shelf-life. In fact, a recent EU study shows that bees raise the market value of European strawberries by a staggering 1.05 billion Euros per year. It’s magic!

People are hungry for knowledge

Interview with Dr Stephen Humphreys, Bayer Food Industry Manager UK & BeeAmbassador

Dr. Stephen Humphreys is one of three Bayer BeeAmbassadors in the UK. Equipped with the most up-to-date scientific information, he is ready to be grilled: about bees, neonicotinoids, and Bayer’s 25 year track record of promoting bee health.

Is this yet another wasted opportunity to help bees?

New study suggests neonicotinoids interfere with honey bee navigation

The new study by Fischer et al. which has just been published had such promise. But yet again, we see another opportunity for a realistic study which could shed some light on the debate into factors which affect bee colony health has been wasted.

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