BEENOW – The Bee Health Magazine

Dialog and cooperation is key

We see the health of bees as a shared responsibility amongst multiple stakeholders and as something which must be collectively tackled. As a result, through our Bee Care Program, we are partnering with research institutes and universities, beekeepers and industry partners around the world on some exciting research projects and partnerships where we can really make a difference to the health of bees and other pollinators.

BEENOW will keep you informed about new co-operations and keep you updated about results from currently-running projects. Additionally it will offer further information and online material to support you in your own communication activities.

Your Bee Care Team

Latest articles

Barbados honey bees know how to fight Varroa

A researcher’s exploration of a natural event that made the island’s bees Varroa resistant

The Varroa mite (Varroa destructor) is the most devastating parasite of Western Honey Bee populations. Originally from Asia, Varroa has spread to Europe, the Americas and beyond, infesting brood cells of honey bee colonies, reproducing and feeding on the larvae and pupa...

Bees and moths, flies and beetles

Identifying Kenya’s vegetable pollinators

Amid Kenya’s spectacular wealth of animal life, it’s easy to overlook the insects. But they are the largest and most diverse animal group of all. The Bayer Bee Care Center is partnering with scientists and local communities in Kenya to identify important insect pollinat...

Invaders bring new challenges

Research to better understand the Asian Hornet

The Asian Hornet arrived in Europe in 2004 and has quickly and surely expanded its distribution area since then. This is bad news for honey bees – the hornet’s favorite prey. Working with academic partners in France, Bayer has supported a study on the Asian Hornet, adva...

Creepy, crawly, fuzzy, buzzy or downright yucky …

… but we can’t live without them.

Insects trigger a wide scope of images in our minds. Bayer researchers are passionate about them all: They work to promote them where they are beneficial, control them where they cause harm and protect them where they don’t. Discover the diversity of insects for yoursel...

Newsletter Register now

We will regularly keep you updated with interesting facts, scientific studies and helpful tips. Register now and never miss the latest News. How? Simply enter your e-mail address and we will keep you informed.

Sign up now

English German

Read it now - the new
BEENOW MagazineIssue No 3

BEENOW will keep you informed about new co-operations and results from currently-running projects. Additionally it will offer further information and online material to support you in your own communication activities.

Download now

See also - the previous BEENOW Magazine Issue No 2

BEENOW will keep you informed about new co-operations and results from currently-running projects. Additionally it will offer further information and online material to support you in your own communication activities.

Download now
Back To Top