Foundation Vinetum lecturer in wild bee health (Dozentin/Dozent)

Advertisement As of the 01.06.2021, the Institute of Bee Health, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern, is seeking a candidate to fulfil the following lecturer (100%) position: Foundation Vinetum lecturer in wild bee health (Dozentin/Dozent) Duties in teaching and scientific research: Teaching undergraduates and postgraduates in veterinary medicine and biology Research on key factors of wild…

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Recapping – The joint assessment on REC-behaviour

Dear colleagues, The COLOSS Survivors Task Force will start a joint assessment on recapping (REC) behaviour and its underlying mechanisms in the upcoming bee season. The study aims to shed light on the occurrence and frequency of recapping in Apis mellifera and Apis cerana populations, as well as on disease and environmental factors possibly associated…

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COLOSS Members, Small Hive Beetle Task Force Needs...

The SHB Task Force is looking for regional coordinators from all hive beetle-affected countries to advertise and/or distribute our GLOBAL ECONOMIC SURVEY to local beekeepers. Our short online survey aims to generate a cost estimate of small hive beetle related damage, including expense incurred through preventative measures, for each participating country. The survey is currently…

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Position for a PhD candidate in a research...

A position for a PhD candidate in a research project is available at the Bee Institute Kirchhain of the Landesbetrieb Landwirtschaft Hessen (www.llh.hessen.de). The project aims at exploring the effects of an innovative varroa management approach based on brood interruption in late summer on the vitality and productivity of colonies, in comparison to the conventional…

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