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    The University of Florida’s honeybee program has been around since the 1920s, but this June, it will mark the completion of a new honeybee headquarters on the university's campus, said Jamie Ellis, the Gahan endowed associate professor of entomology in the University of Florida's Institute of...
  2. Bee Forum
    Hello all, Attached is a .PDF explaining everything in a little bit more detail. TL;DR: Our team is looking to start a long-term research project. We have two ideas, though are open to more. The first is a new mobile & web based application with a variety of functions for a beekeeper. The...
  3. Bee Forum
    Hello, I am a motivated and passionated beekeeper from Europe. Now I am searching to have a Master Degree in Apiculture. My main interest is genetic improvment of honeybees and instrumental insemination. I would like to suggest me Universities in USA (or Europe) that they have a strong interest...
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    http://kingdom.ifas.ufl.edu/javieredwards/UF%20Events/UF%20Bee%20College%20030714/Gallery/UF%20Bee%20College/
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    College Beekeeper is looking for enthusiastic beekeepers in the Rhode Island area who might be interested in helping start a student beekeeping initiative at Brown University. The ideal beekeeper would be knowledgeable, local, and willing to provide guidance while at the same time allowing the...
  6. Welcome Forum
    Hello fellow beekeepers, So I'm a student/researcher/beekeeper, and I've been keeping bees for about 6 years. But along the way, I've also been starting up student run beekeeping programs at places of higher education. This gave me the idea of spreading the word, and creating College...
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