International Bee Research Association

Informing bee researchers, beekeepers and policy makers of the latest understanding about bees and beekeeping

International Bee Research Association

Informing bee researchers, beekeepers and policy makers of the latest understanding about bees and beekeeping

International Bee Research Association

Informing bee researchers, beekeepers and policy makers of the latest understanding about bees and beekeeping

International Bee Research Association

Informing bee researchers, beekeepers and policy makers of the latest understanding about bees and beekeeping


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What we do

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Produce digital and printed journals

At IBRA we have been producing journals on bee information for over 70 years. Sign up above to access them.

Scientific Information databases

IBRA has one of the largest databases of scientific information on bees and bee-related interests in the world.

Publish books on bee-related subjects

IBRA is internationally recognised as the world’s primary source and foremost provider of information on bees.

International Bee Research Association - IBRA
International Bee Research Association - IBRA
You can register to receive free email alerts when articles come out in either Bee World or Journal of Apicultural Research. You can keep up with the latest developments in bee science and beekeeping around the world. Abstracts are free and some full articles are open access. IBRA members can access the full articles.
https://ibra.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/journal_email_alerts.pdf
International Bee Research Association - IBRA
International Bee Research Association - IBRA
This article is a sensation you have not heard of! The world distribution of Western honey bee pests and pathogens shown in maps for your next presentation – University of Florida’s Humberto Boncristiani’s and Jamie Ellis’ article available for free for a limited period!
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0005772X.2020.1800330

Wishing you all a great Easter bank holiday. 🐣

Why not give our IBRA bookshop a browse to prepare for the forthcoming beekeeping season ahead! - https://t.co/00DuRGJ6K2 #beekeeping #beebooks https://t.co/f6j5KARky4
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Ever been curious about treatment-free beekeeping?

If so, we would highly recommend the newly published 'Treatment-Free Beekeeping' By David Heaf. Buy here: https://t.co/w01mO7GTad #beekeeping https://t.co/C9LgMF7Upq
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