International Bee Research Association

International Bee Research Association Related

International Bee Research Association (IBRA):: Founded in 1949, the International Bee Research Association (IBRA) is a not for profit organisation. It is funded from the generosity of our members and supporters, and by donations and legacies. IBRA is run by a small team of dedicated staff and an international board of Trustees. In summary we collect, collate and disseminate information on all species of bees. We are a publishing house, producing a varied and extensive selection of bee public

International Association for the Protection of the European Dark Bee:: Site mostly in Swedish, but there is an abstract describing the work of the association in English.

International Association for Great Lakes Research:: Promotes Great Lakes and other large lakes research and disseminates scientific information through publications and conferences.

Honey Bee Research:: Links to research establishments around the world from

Bee Research Unit:: Dr. Nizar Haddad provides information on beekeeping in Jordan and the research unit, books and booklets, articles and films about beekeeping. English and Arabic.

USDA Bee Research Laboratory:: Conducts research on the biology and control of honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) diseases, parasites and pests.

Carl Hayden Bee Research Centre:: Information for students and beekeepers about the facility; describes their research into crop pollination, and threats to honey bee populations.

Honey Bee Science Research Centre:: Based in Tamagawa University, Japan. Brief description of the centre, and its publications. Links to the Asian Apicultural Association. (Japanese and English.)

Society of the German Bee Research Institutes:: Website is partly in German. It has a large collection of links.

Citrus Research International:: Information on the research being undertaken into insect pests of citrus crops that cause economic damage and lower fruit quality.

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