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47th APIMONDIA International Apicultural Congress

APIMONDIA federation is inviting all scientists and beekeepers to join 47th APIMONDIA International Apicultural Congress, which is going to be held in Turkey- Istanbul between 24 and  28 August 2022, after cancelling the original organization in Ufa. This time the organizer is the APIMODNIA Federation itself. These past two years have been challenging, first with…

The European commission publishes an official report about...

The EurBeST Pilot project “Restructuring of the honey bee chain and Varroa resistance breeding & selection programme” (Agri 2017-0346) ran from 2019 to 2021 and explored possibilities for increasing the varroa resistance of commercially available honey bees by selective breeding, and analysed ways to improve beekeepers’ access to resistant material. Analysis of the EU market…

Untimely loss of Panuwan Chantawannakul †

On March 18th, 2022 our Vice President, colleague, and friend Panuwan Chantawannakul passed away. She was with her family, and many of her current and former students. She’s terribly missed. Several activities are being discussed so that we can celebrate her. We will keep you informed.

First international meeting APIS SILVATICA- The western honey...

Parco Nazionale Isola di Pantelleria in cooperation with Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre, Parco Nazionale della Maiella, Parco Nazionale del Vesuvio and Parco Nazionale dell’Arcipelago Toscano are organising the First international meeting APIS SILVATICA- The western honey bee in nature. All scientists and activists studying free-living colonies of Apis mellifera, their relationship to other pollinators,…

Breaking COLOSS News!

In early 2022, Bram Cornelissen will take over new responsibilities outside of COLOSS. Anna Papach, Marc Schaefer and Peter Neumann will now Chair our Task Force Small Hive Beetle together. Please get in touch with them if you are interested in joining our efforts to mitigate this pest. Stay tuned for more activities from this…