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A challenging season (2021) - what happened and why? with Geoff Blay MB Thursday, 20 January⋅19:00 – 21:00  Description:Geoff reflects on 2021’s unusual and challenging season and looks at what we lessons we can take from it to make the the coming year better. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-challenging-season-2021-what-happened-and-why-with-geoff-blay-mb-tickets-230249822417?aff=eand

Lecture Wednesday 18/01/2022..Bee Viruses

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Wednesday 19th January, 8pm with Professor Robert Paxton Bee viruses past, present & future: impact & management Arguably the most serious threat to honey bees worldwide are viruses, some of which can also be found in other insect species. What is the evidence for spillover, what impact do they have and how can they be […]

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Lecture: Chronic bee paralysis: An emerging disease of honey bees by Prof Giles Budge Essex Beekeepers

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About this event Chronic bee paralysis is a serious disease of the honey bee that can manifest as symptoms in individual adult honey bees as well as whole colonies. Giles Budge will provide the historical context of chronic bee paralysis, introduce the causative virus and explain the symptoms before describing recent research that highlights the […]

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