Updated on 02/12/2021
ANSES Scientific Conference on Bee Health
Organised by : Anses14/12/2021
Place : Maison de la RATP - Paris 12 ème
Public : Open to all
Because 90 % of flowering plant species depend solely on pollinating insects for their reproduction, the phenomenon of weakening and mortality of bee colonies which exists throughout the world is now a major concern.
Has bee mortality changed between 2019 and 2020? What are the impacts of the animal health law on bee colonies? Is the use of air samplers in bee colonies effective? How are bees taken into account in the assessment of plant protection products?
To answer all these questions, ANSES, the European Union's reference laboratory for bee health, is organising the 9th edition of its scientific conferences dedicated to the health of bees and pollinating insects.
Beekeepers, researchers, public decision-makers, companies and journalists are all invited to learn about the latest scientific advances and talk with recognised experts who work on a daily basis to preserve the health of bees and other pollinators.
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Maison de la RATP - 189 rue de Bercy - Paris 12e