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22 January 2013
Bee health in Europe - Facts & Figures 2013

The report “Bee Health in Europe – facts and figures” moves from the newest data from scientific research into drivers of bee health and presents the latest figures in the trend in bee population and reports initiatives and policies being developed in Europe and abroad.


10 December 2012
Bee Health in Europe - An overview
Our “Bee health in Europe – Facts & Figures” compendium gave the most up-to-date information on the topic when it was published in August, 2011. Now, just more than a year later, we’re in a position to start compiling new information on bee health. In this overview, we highlight the still-valid main points of the earlier document while at the same time giving in the foreword a preview of new data that we will present in detail in our next full review, scheduled for publication in 2013.
BIODIVERSITY, A CULTURE TO SHARE

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Presentation "Bee health in Europe - Facts & Figures 2013"

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22 January 2013
Bee health in Europe - Facts & Figures 2013
The report “Bee Health in Europe – facts and figures” moves from the newest data from scientific research into drivers of bee health and presents the latest figures in the trend in bee population and reports initiatives and policies being developed in Europe and abroad. 22 January 2013
19/Feb/2013
Bee Health in Europe

The “Bee Health in Europe” conference, the second event out of the series of eight organised by OPERA Research Centre took place in Warsaw on 19th February 2013. The partner of the event in Poland was the Apiculture Division of University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, a leading science unit regarding apiculture. The key scientists specialising in apiculture and bee health took part in the conference. The event was hosted by TV journalist, Malgorzata Mocheta-Pastuszko, TVP1, Agrobiznes show.


23/Jan/2013
Bee Health in Europe

The first event of the road show “Bee Health in Europe” organized by OPERA Research Centre has taken place on January 23rd 2013 in Berlin. In Germany, the event was organized in partnership with the Julius Kühn-Institute (JKI), the Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants. Renowned speakers and participants gathered to share their point of view on bee health.  The event was hosted by Silke Beckendorf, chief editor of Deutsches Bienen-Journal who also led the round table and the discussion.


05-06/Jun/2012
BIODIVERSITY, A CULTURE TO SHARE

On the 5th and 6th of June 2012, under the umbrella of the European Bees and Pollination Week at the European Parliament, was organized the conference “Biodiversity, a culture to share”. OPERA had an active participation with the presentation of “Concepts and practices to improve biodiversity in agricultural ecosystems” that was given by the director Prof. Ettore Capri.



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