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
What's on at Plymouth University: safekeeping bees. An interdisciplinary exploration of the future for bees in Britain. Plymouth University, 18 January 2017.
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
Bee themed Make and Take
What's on at Plymouth University: Bee themed Make and Take. Celebrating Honey Day at the University. Plymouth University, 18 August 2016.
Plymouth University Beekeeping Group
Plymouth University: The Portland Villas Apiary on the Plymouth University campus provides the opportunity to help support the honeybee as a pollinator.
Build a Bee Hotel
What's on at Plymouth University: Build a Bee Hotel. Help improve Plymouth for pollinators. Plymouth University, 30 June 2016.
Exploring the Decline of Bees - Colony Collapse Disorder
What's on at Plymouth University: Exploring the Decline of Bees - Colony Collapse Disorder. BSc (Hons) Horticulture students symposium. Cornwall, 26 March 2015.
Annual Plymouth Linnean Lecture 2015
What's on at Plymouth University: Professor Dave Goulson delivers the Annual Plymouth Linnean Lecture 2015 - Bees, pesticides and politics: the impact of neonicotinoids on UK bumblebees. Plymouth University, 18 March 2015.