pan-european assessment, monitoring, and mitigation of stressors on the health of bees

The 46th Apimondia International Apicultural Congress

The Congress will cover a broad spectrum of beekeeping and apicultural sciences, including state of-the-art lectures, plenary sessions and various symposia within each of the Apimondia Standing Commissions. The Montréal Congress will strive to be a showcase of world-wide advancements in the science of apiculture. Emphasis will also be placed on presentations or discussions of topics that are of high prominence in the beekeeping community or that challenge our concepts of modern beekeeping, through roundtables and special interest group  sessions. The poster sessions, offering lively interaction between presenters and participants, are regarded by many as the heart of the Congress. We will also endeavour to use web-based streaming of all plenary sessions to allow participation of a new category of virtual registrants in aspects of the Congress. 

More information here: http://www.apimondia2019.com/

4th Business & Entrepreneurial Economics - BEE 2019 Conference

The 4th Business & Entrepreneurial Economics – BEE 2019 conference tends to gather experts, researchers and other professionals from the fields of business, entrepreneurship and economics. The conference will include presentations and discussions that have a particular focus on the practice and gaining essential insight in current trends.

Conference participants will hear from thought leaders and have the opportunity to share their ideas, practices and discuss important issues. The objective is to utilize scientific, research, educational, business and entrepreneurial potential in order to contribute to a sustainable development.

More information here: https://bee-conference.com/conference-program/

 

 

Apimondia Symposium

The Symposium will produce current figures on how valuable this contribution is, in quantity and in monetary terms. Secondly, insects - specifically wild and domesticated bees - pollinate grasses, shrubs and trees in our environment and thus assure seed production and multiplication of many of these species – we call it environmental service. Let us not forget the products which bees provide as a kind on “by-product” of their pollination service – honey and more - to make money, which, again helps to ensure food security.

More information here: http://www.apisymposium2018.org/