Monthly Archives: August 2016

Mite counts for NUIG

NUIG wishes to clarify a misunderstanding some beekeepers might have regarding samples of bees to send in. Keith Browne needs a sample of ten bees from each hive where a mite count has taken place. If a bee sample was … Continue reading

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NUIG researchers come up with plan bee for survival

We have a subspecies in Ireland that is endangered in Europe, and Ireland is likely to be the last stronghold of this species,” said Prof Grace McCormack, from the Molecular Evolution and Systematics Laboratory at NUI Galway Read more in … Continue reading

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