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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International Bee Research Association - IBRA
International Bee Research Association - IBRA
Can honey be spray-dried for food industry usage? How about the resulting product? Read the Bee World article here:
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/10.1080/0005772X.2021.1892998
International Bee Research Association - IBRA
International Bee Research Association - IBRA
A COLOSS initiative is investigating Varroa damage thresholds with the help of beekeepers: Bee World published an article on CSI Varroa:
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0005772X.2021.1935611
Asian honeybees (Apis cerana) produce a unique alarm sound to alert hive members to an attack by giant "murder hornets," according to a new paper published in the journal Royal Society Open Science.

https://t.co/TN9ugWsWSs
What is cryopreserved here? Find the answer in the #Bee World article:
https://t.co/EvA1t14EIb https://t.co/cijEZaq1HR
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