Honeybee Research on GPBNews
Georgia Institute of Technology’s Jennifer Leavey, Ph.D. and Georgia State University’s Christopher Cornelison, Ph.D. were interviewed at Georgia Public Broadcasting about the current state of honeybees and current research underway to treat them.
The Honeybee Project at GSU
Our antifungal research involving bats, honeybees, banana plants, and grain appears in the Summer 2014 issue of Georgia State University Magazine, along with a beautifully-produced video by Public Relations and Marketing Communications. Download the entire magazine as PDF (article on…
Georgia Tech Urban Honeybee Project
Biology undergraduate Meredith Greene investigates the use of Rhodococcus rhodochrous DAP 96253 to inhibit the growth of a pathogenic fungus that preys on honeybee larvae, with the Urban Honeybee Project at
2013 Georgia Life Sciences Summit
From GABio.org: “The Georgia Life Sciences Summit has become a premier bioscience conference in the Southeast welcoming nearly 600 CEOs, senior executives, scientists and public policy officials from Georgia and across the nation. This year’s theme is Innovation for Global…