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The state of bee health in Italy. National monitoring results.

2020-04-14T18:26:32+02:00September 13th 2016|Beekeeping, Research & Projects|

There is no single underlying cause for bee die-off. The most probable contributing factors include pesticide use, bee diseases, beekeeping practices and climate change. ...

Animal assisted interventions, award at the International Conference in Paris

2020-04-14T18:26:59+02:00August 3rd 2016|Pet Therapy, Research & Projects|

Poster "The 3R principle: a reflection on its application in AAI" (click to enlarge) The 14th Triennal IAHAIO (International Association of Human-Animal Interaction ...

Losses of honey bee colonies over the 2015/16 winter. Preliminary results from the COLOSS study

2020-04-14T18:27:23+02:00July 22nd 2016|Beekeeping, Monitoring & Prevention|

The honey bee research association COLOSS has today announced the preliminary results of their international study of colony losses over the 2015-16 winter. Data were ...

Zika Virus: the risk of spreading is low in the Alpine areas of Italy

2020-04-14T18:27:28+02:00July 19th 2016|Monitoring & Prevention|

The results of a joint study undertaken by the Fondazione Bruno Kessler, the Fondazione Edmund Mach and the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie have been ...

Rabies. The Italian guidelines for professionals who handle bats

2020-04-14T18:27:45+02:00May 24th 2016|Monitoring & Prevention, Rabies|

The Italian National reference centre for rabies at IZSVe is involved in the monitoring and mitigation of the risk of transmission of rabies-related Lyssavirus (LYSV). ...

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