Pollinator Health Postdoctoral position @ USDA-ARS, California USA

A Postdoctoral Research Associate position is available at the USDA-ARS Invasive Species and Pollinator Health Research Unit located in Davis, California. The research team is seeking a broadly trained biologist that has experience with bees and plant-insect interactions. Ideal candidates will possess a thorough knowledge of chemical ecology, insect behavioral ecology and insect physiology. Additional…

The effect of diet types on some quality characteristics of...

Slobodan Dolasevic, Jevrosima Stevanovic, Nevenka Aleksic, Uros Glavinic, Nebojsa Deletic, Mica Mladenovic & Zoran Stanimirovic The influence of various diets on the quality of Apis mellifera queens was assessed. Colonies intended for queen cell production were assigned to four groups fed on (1) sugar-only, (2) mix of sugar, honey and fresh pollen, (3) sugar and pollen substitute…

The Eva Crane Trust welcomes a new Trustee

PRESS RELEASE For immediate release – 27 September 2019 Eva Crane, who founded the Trust in 2002, travelled to over sixty countries in her pursuit of knowledge relating to the development of the science of beekeeping worldwide. Her many publications, especially the magnificent World History of Beekeeping and Bee Hunting (1999), reflect this international outlook.…

Scientist Honey bee biology and health @ Wageningen University, Netherlands

We are looking for Honey bee biology and health are key issues in ensuring a sustainable beekeeping sector and pollination of crops underpinning food security and ecosystem functioning. Honeybee health is multifaceted and is affected by environmental resources, disease and pest pressure, beekeeping management, and evolutionary biology context. We are looking for a new colleague…