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Informing bee researchers, beekeepers and policy makers of the latest understanding about bees and beekeeping

International Bee Research Association

Informing bee researchers, beekeepers and policy makers of the latest understanding about bees and beekeeping

International Bee Research Association

Informing bee researchers, beekeepers and policy makers of the latest understanding about bees and beekeeping

International Bee Research Association

Informing bee researchers, beekeepers and policy makers of the latest understanding about bees and beekeeping


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Produce digital and printed journals

At IBRA we have been producing journals on bee information for over 150 years. Sign up above to access them.

Scientific Information databases

IBRA has one of the largest databases of scientific information on bees and bee-related interests in the world.

Publish books on bee-related subjects

IBRA is internationally recognised as the world’s primary source and foremost provider of information on bees.

INTERESTING STATS ABOUT IBRA

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testimonials

Here are some of our members’ and customers’ views on the value of IBRA to the bee science and beekeeping communities across the world.

Since my first visit to the headquarters of the ?Association in 1968 and to this day, the Association has contributed greatly to the service of bees and beekeepers at the level of Britain and the world

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Professor at University of Mosu

The International Bee Research Association is the history and the future of bee science. We are better for their work. And so are the bees.

Kim Flottum

Editor, Bee Culture

“In the 1950s, 60s, 70s, and 80s, when the IBRA was directed by Dr. Eva Crane, it greatly helped beekeepers and bee scientists stay informed about the “bee world.” ?I look forward to seeing how the IBRA will use its new website to again provide us with this valuable service..”

Professor Tom Seeley

Cornell University

“The IBRA is an internationally renowned source of sound scientific knowledge on bees. The jewel in the crown is the Journal of Apicultural Research which publishes peer reviewed papers on bees from around the world and is therefore a standard reference for veterinary professionals.”

John Hill MVB MRCVS

President British Bee Veterinary Association