International Bee Research Association (IBRA)
Association internationale de recherche apicole
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1949, as Bee Research Association (BRA). Present name adopted 1976. Registered in accordance with UK law. UK Registered Charity: 209222.
Promote the scientific study of bees and apiculture; act as a clearing house for scientific and technical information about honey bees and closely related insects, their products, husbandry, behaviour and their place in nature; encourage use of bees as wealth creators; provide a network of expertise; promote appropriate bee keeping development as a practical sustainable economic activity in the developing world; collect, collate and disseminate bee research; encourage contacts between researchers and beekeepers; increase awareness of the vital role of bees in agriculture and the natural environment; promote the conservation of bees.
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