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Dynamics and Impact of Arsenophonus apicola infection in pollinator communities

Background. Honey bees are economically important, providing products such as honey, and more widely bees represent important source of pollination services in horticultural, agricultural and natural environments. Read more

Do pesticide exposed honey bees feel the heat?

Multiple stressors are implicated in UK honey bee colony losses, but whilst our understanding of stressors such as climate change and pesticides is improving, we lack an appreciation of how they interact. Read more

Solitary and social bees’ cognition: is there a difference?

Applications are invited for a self-funded PhD project to investigate cognitive skills in solitary and social bees. The supervisors will be Dr Gema Martin-Ordas and Dr Mario Vallejo-Marin (University of Stirling). Read more

Spore formation in model and pathogenic bacteria

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
Spore development or sporulation is one of the earliest forms of cellular development on Earth and functions as a survival strategy against starvation. Read more

The microbiome of the beehive as an indicator of honeybee pathogens (Ref FHMS - DTP - 06 BIO)

Infectious diseases affecting bees pose a serious threat to both biodiversity and food security. Many honeybee pathogens are shared by other wild bee species and crops are experiencing considerable yield gaps owing to insufficient pollination. Read more

Evidence and impact of parasite spillover across pollinator communities

Lead supervisor. Dr Peter Graystock (p.graystock@imperial.ac.uk). Co-supervisors. Professor William Hughes, School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex; Professor Dave Goulson, School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex. Read more
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