Job Offer: Research Associate - Current Status of Honeybee and Wild Pollinator Health in Ontario
The University of Guelph is currently hiring two Research Associates to join a team working on a review of the “Current Status of Honeybee and Wild Pollinator Health in Ontario”.
These positions offer the rare opportunity ...
The Plight of the Pollinators: STEP in Research & Innovation Success Stories
Pollinators like bumblebees are declining in Europe. What are the causes, the consequences and the possible solutions? Researchers know that the causes are multiple: a combination of habitat loss, pathogens, alien species, ag...
Pollination Nation: NSERC-CANPOLIN publishes research "digest" of the network's main project results
The Canadian Pollination Initiative (NSERC-CANPOLIN), announces "Pollination Nation: A Summary of Research Findings from the Canadian Pollination Initiative".
This plain language research "digest" highlights over 30 of th...
Super-B Training School Monday 2 March - Friday 6 March in Halle, Germany
Super-B project is organising a Training School 'Methods for Pathogen Detection in non-Apis pollinators’, which will take place from March 2 to March 6 in Halle, Germany.
Only 20 people can participate and wil receive rei...
Job Alert: Pollinator Field Assistant, Wildlife Preservation Canada
Wildlife Preservation Canada is now hiring a Pollinator Field Assistant to assist with at-risk pollinator surveys across southern-Ontario. This person will be responsible for field work and data collection, as well as assisti...
North American Pollinator Protection Campaign: Call for Research Proposals Related to Honey Bee Health
The North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC) is seeking proposals for research related to improving the health of honey bees. Proposals should focus on research to manage, suppress, and erad...
Article Alert: Museum specimens reveal loss of pollen host plants as key factor driving wild bee decline in The Netherlands
A new STEP acknowledged article assesses the relative importance of a range of proposed factors responsible for wild bee decline and shows that loss of preferred host plant species is one of the main factors associated with t...
Global pollinator decline may lead to human malnutrition
The latest issue of Science for Environment Policy features a new study on the effect of pollinators decline on human health: "Global malnutrition overlaps with pollinator-dependent micronutrient production".
Job Alert: Postdoctoral Research Associate Position Available in Honey Bee Phylogenetics
Honey Bee Research and Extension Laboratory (HBREL),University of Florida seeks to appoint a highly motivated Postdoctoral Researcher to coordinate the HBREL’s research in the area of honey bee ecology and conservation. Addit...
The GCA Board of Associates Centennial Pollinator Fellowship
The GCA Board of Associates Centennial Pollinator Fellowship annually funds one or more graduate students enrolled in U.S. institutions. Funding may vary in amount, but normally will be in the range of $4,000 for study and re...
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