What's the buzz with bees and pollinators? Without them it will cost billions to feed us – we have them to thank for every third mouthful we eat
What's the buzz with bees and pollinators? Without them we would starve because we have them to thank for every third mouthful we eat. Discover what pollinators do for us, why they are under threat and what you can do to help.
University of Plymouth Beekeeping Group
University of Plymouth: The Portland Villas Apiary on the University of Plymouth campus provides the opportunity to help support the honeybee as a pollinator.
Exhibition sheds light on university research into native bees
Research by the University of Plymouth and the B4 Project, which aims to develop increased understanding of the UK’s native dark honey bee, features in a major exhibition being staged at the world famous Eden Project
How do we protect our native bee species?
Plymouth University news: Dr Mairi Knight and Andrew Brown of the B4 Project write about our local bee populations in the South West and a collaboration established to understand their diversity and decline
Scientists show cities can serve as a refuge for insect pollinators
Plymouth University news: An international team of scientists have co-authored a report which states that people living in towns and cities can have a major impact on the diversity of insect pollinators surviving and thriving around them