Bee Survival Computer Model Adopted By Industry A computer model, called BEEHAVE, developed to help gain a better understanding of the causes of bee declines, is now being recommend to industry users to assess threats to bees. The model has been deve… Read More

Plant-Based Vaccine Among Front-Runners in Fight Against Polio A Researcher from Norwich is part of a consortium that has been awarded $1.5 million to develop safer polio vaccines, using a new technique developed at the John Innes Centre. The fight a… Read More

New BSPB Videos Demonstrate the Value of Plant Breeding for All  BSPB has produced a series of six short videos to explain the business and science of crop improvement, to encourage the next generation of plant scientists, and to demonstrate how pla… Read More

Stop Colony Trafficking New findings from a study by University of California Berkeley and Exeter University biologists on the spread of the deformed wing virus, which is affecting European honeybee colonies around the planet as well as wild bee popu… Read More

Syrian Crisis Causes the First Withdrawal from the Svalbard Global Seed Vault The International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) has requested the backup seed that they deposited in the Svalbard Global Seed Vault to restart … Read More

Get Involved in European Biotech Week 2015 European Biotech Week is an opportunity for all supporters of biotechnology to develop events, activities and initiatives that improve dialogue on and increase understanding of this amazing technology and th… Read More