The Canadian Pollination Initiative
***Important Update August 29, 2014***
NSERC-CANPOLIN will officially cease operations on September 1, 2014. Questions or comments after this date should be directed to Peter Kevan (firstname.lastname@example.org). This site will continue to be update with new publications and other relevant information as time and resources permit.
On behalf of our reseachers and Board of Directors, we would like to extend a warm thank you to our many supporters and partners who have helped make CANPOLIN so successful. We look forward to continuing to work with many of you as new opportunities present themselves. We thank NSERC for making this Strategic Network possible.
Available August 2014! A handbook for lowbush blueberry growers that summarizes research findings from the Canadian Pollination Initiative. (more)
Webinar Announcement: CANPOLIN to host a three-part series of webinars on crop pollination in Canada and Latin America. (more)
CANPOLIN launches national floral calendar for beekeepers.
Bumble bees learn from each other by observation and in-hive communication(more)
CANPOLIN Announces New Floral Calendar for Ontario Beekeepers: See the What's New page for all the details.
Chair in Pollinator Conservation Appointed: The University of Guelph has named Dr. Nigel Raine as the new Rebanks Family Chair in Pollinator Conservation. Click here for the full press release.
CANPOLIN Winter Newsletter Now Available! Click here to open.
Now Available! The Mobilizing Pollination Research in Canada Roundtable report is available for download.
Also posted: presentations from the CANPOLIN Symposium at the Entomological Society of Canada meeting in Guelph, ON, on October 23, 2013.
CANPOLIN Research Resonates with Scientists and Stakeholders: At the end of October, CANPOLIN held two successful meetings as part of its final year "wrap up" activites. Click here to learn more.
New Job Ad Posted! Agriculture and AgriFood Canada is looking for a Research Assistant in Apiculture. See our Employment Opportunities page to learn more.
Now Available: The Tips and Tricks Guide for Pollination Biologists, a handy manual for students and others working in the field of pollination biolgy. The guide is an output from the CANPOLIN graduate student training workshop held at Simon Fraser University in July.
It's been a busy summer! CANPOLIN held several workshops over the summer, focusing on topics as diverse as mathematical studies of bees to climate change in the north and diagnostic technique for studying bee health. Visit the What's New page to find out more.
Two CANPOLIN researchers named to new provincial working group on bee protection (link to U of Guelph article)
"Theiving" Bees are window into health of bee communities (more)
Researchers study the role of bees in extraterrestrial crop production (more)
CANPOLIN launches new website on Best Management Practices for Crop Pollination in Ontario (more)
CANPOLIN hosts workshop on Pollination and Land Rehabilitation (more)
Fungus fights deadly bee mites in a two-pronged attack (more)
CANPOLIN researchers unlock secrets of museum specimens (more)
Researchers from CANPOLIN and STEP are building new collaborations in pollination network analysis (more)
This years Society for Mathematical Biology's annual meeting will include a mini-symposium on bees and pollination (more)
CBC's "Ideas" features Karen Kraft Sloan and Jeremy Kerr in a panel discussion on biodiversity and the environment (more)
New CANPOLIN study finds that the main suspects in bumblebee decline are only part of the story (more)
Kerr Lab Launches Online Lepidoptera Monitoring Tool (more)
In the News: WG4 Researcher David Greene on pollen allergies and climate change (more)
CANPOLIN researcher helps solve mimicry mystery in the Syrphidae (more)
Results from the NSERC-CANPOLIN 2010 Beekeeping Survey are now available! Learn more...
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