Noa Simon Delso works at BeeLife, a European NGO working for the protection of bees and pollinators from environmental threats. Formerly she worked at the Belgian CARI (Centre Apicole de Recherche et Information) for more than ten years.  Since 2009 she has worked as veterinarian, ecotoxicologist and researcher.
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BEELIFE Online training on how to data cleaning...

Dear COLOSS colleagues, BeeLife are organising a second online training within the EUBP Platform Project. This time Michael Rubinigg, a Data Scientists specialised in Data Quality Management, will introduce to us to the Best Practices on how to clean data and ensure its easy integration into wider databases. Michael is a biologist, holding a PhD in Plant Physiology, specialised in apiculture, bee health,…

European Beekeeping Coordination @ BeeLife, Belgium

TITLE: Communications officer NAME OF THE ORGANIZATION: Bee Life European Beekeeping Coordination CONTACT PERSON: Noa Simón Delso ADDRESS: Place Croix du Sud 1 bte L7.04.01 – 1348 Louvain la Neuve COUNTRY: BELGIUM E-MAIL ADRESS: simon@bee-life.eu WEBSITE: www.bee-life.eu LOCATION OF THE JOB: Remote (in Belgium) STARTING DATE: (November) December 2021 (6 months CDD, afterwards CDI) SHORT…

Register now for the EU Pollinator Week (Sep...

The EU Pollinator Week is an event bringing together experts, policymakers, and stakeholders. This year’s theme is “A New Deal for Pollinators”, emphasising the current status and future opportunities to secure the fundamental role of pollinators. The event will be held online, and registration is now open. Browse the schedule and register for the sessions…

The threat of veterinary medicinal products and biocides...

Abstract The One Health approach acknowledges that human health is firmly linked to animal and environmental health. It involves using animals such as bees and other pollinators as sentinels for environmental contamination or biological indicators. Beekeepers noticed intoxications of apiaries located in the vicinity of sheep and cattle farms, which led to the suspicion of…