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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…

Registration Link for the I SOLATINA- COLOSS meeting

You can now register to the first SOLATINA-COLOSS meeting to be held on September 22, 2021, 9-14h GMT-3 (Uruguay time) / 14-19h GMT+2 (Central European Time). On this occasion, prominent researchers will discuss two topics of global interest: Surviving honey bees to Varroa destructor Monitoring of colony losses. This will be an excellent opportunity to present and…

INTERNATIONAL ONLINE SYMPOSIUM ON “GLOBAL TRENDS IN BEEKEEPING”

An APIMONDIA International online symposium entitled “Global Trends in Beekeeping” is being organised  in September  2021, on 20th and 21st, in collaboration with the Russian beekeepers’ association as  a  preview of next year’s APIMONDIA’s congress in Ufa. The  programme  of  the  symposium  includes  Russian  and  international  speakers  covering  several subjects that you can consult on…

JAR Special Issue on Stingless Bees

The Journal of Apicultural Research (JAR) published by the International Bee Research Association (IBRA) is now seeking submissions for a Special Issue on Stingless Bees to be published in 2022. More details can be found here: http://bit.ly/Stingless_Bees. Abstract submission deadline: Extended to September 5, 2021

Webinar Series “Horizons in bee research” by SOLATINA

On behalf of the Directive Committee of SOLATINA, we would like to invite COLOSS members to participate in the webinar series entitled “Horizons in bee research”. The conferences will be given by invited scientists, experts on different topics and will talk about the latest and most important results in their areas of research on managed and wild…

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…