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University of Illinois
Team shows how the honey bee tolerates some synthetic pesticides
7/20/2011 | Diana Yates, Life Sciences Editor
May Berenbaum
Mary Schuler
Wenfu Mao
Bee Spotter
BeeSpotter is a partnership between citizen-scientists and the professional science community designed to educate the public about pollinators by engaging them in a data collection effort of importance to the nation. It is a web-based portal at the University of Illinois for learning about honey bees and bumble bees and for contributing data to a nationwide effort to baseline information on population status of these insects.
The Plight of the Bees
Environ. Sci. Technol., 2011
University of Minnesota
Marla Spivak*,
Eric Mader
Mace Vaughan,
Ned H. Euliss, Jr.
Xerces Society
The goal of our bee research at the University of Minnesota is to promote the health of bee pollinators.
Diana Sammataro,
Jennifer Finley,
Roger Simonds,
Eric Olson
Diana Sammataro,
Cicero, Joseph M.
Ana Isabel Ruiz-Matute, Milagra Weiss,
Diana Sammataro,
Jennifer Finely,
Maria Luz Sanz,
Instituto de Química Orgánica General (CSIC),
USDA-ARS Carl Hayden Honey Bee Research Center
USDA Agricultural Research - Carl Hayden Bee Research Center
The mission of the Carl Hayden Bee Research Center (CHBRC) is to conduct research to optimize the health of honey bee colonies, through improved nutrition and control of Varroa mites, in order to maximize production of honey bee pollinated crops.
University of Florida
Honey Bee Research & Extension Lab
Dr. Jamie Ellis
Diana Cox-Foster, Ph.D.
Shelby Fleischer, Ph.D.
James Frazier, Ph.D.
Christina Grozinger, Ph.D.
Chris Mullin, Ph.D.
Nancy Ostiguy, Ph.D.
Maryann Frazier
Dennis vanEngelsdorp
National Institute of Food and Agriculture: Bee Informed Partnership
The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
The Xerces Society is a nonprofit organization that protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat. Established in 1971, the Society is at the forefront of invertebrate protection worldwide, harnessing the knowledge of scientists and the enthusiasm of citizens to implement conservation programs.