2 May

Tammsalen, Ecology Centre and outside, Uppsala

Inauguration of SLU Honey Bee Research Centre

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SLU has a new centre for honey bee research. On 2 May, at 16:00, Vice Chancellor Maria Knutson Wedel will inaugurate it and you are also welcome to attend. There will be a short presentation, sparkling apple cider and pastries with honey.

This is an opportunity to learn more about honey bees and why SLU has established a centre. You will also visit our hives, which are essential for research.

The programme

  • Barbara Locke Grandér, Director of the SLU Honey Bee Research Centre gives a short presentation in Tammsalen, Ecology Centre.
  • Inauguration by SLU Vice Chancellor Maria Knutson Wedel, at the hives close to Ecology Centre.
  • Mingle over sparkling apple cider (äppelmust) and honey-inspired pastries.

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Women with a hive frame

Barbara Locke Grandér

Our mission is to support and strengthen research activities on honey bees in Sweden. We maintain beekeeping infrastructure at SLU’s Uppsala campus with honey bee colonies used to facilitate research, but also education, collaborations, and open house activities.

SLU Honey Bee Research Centre


Time: 2024-05-02 16:00
City: Uppsala
Location: Tammsalen, Ecology Centre and outside

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