Author: Editorial Board

Plant protection products

Apel for users of PPP

Beekeeping in the modern world has economic importance. Bee products such as honey, pollen, wax, propolis, royal jelly and bee venom are important as a raw material for the production of certain food and...

Old Beeswax

Melting old beeswax

Last weekend we get video sent to us by one Hobby beekeeper from Slovenia, how he melts old beeswax. Check video below: Share your opinion with us over comment below or send us your way...

Forage for pollinators in an agricultural landscape

Today the International Bee Research Association launches an important book about food for pollinators at the British Beekeepers Association Spring Convention at Harper Adams University College. Bees and other insect pollinators have intrinsic cultural value and...

Open-Source-Beehives

Open Source Beehives: Global Citizen Science Project

The Open Source Beehives project is an international effort to put Internet-connected beehives into backyards. The downloaded beehive designs can be “printed” with a CNC router, or ordered through a new crowdfunding campaignlaunched March 12, 2014. The...

Urbanbees intro

Urbanbees Project

Since 2010, ARTHROPOLOGIA and INRA – Avignon coordinate a European Life, Biodiversity program named URBANBEES. It aims to study biodiversity of wild bees in several habitats (urban, suburban, semi-natural and agricultural). At the end of the program, in 2014,...