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Predicting pesticide mixture toxicity

In a new paper, we predicted the toxicity of chemical mixtures in bees through machine learning
(QSAR modelling)

Who we are

Lab Leader

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Simone Tosi

Lab Technician

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All Lab Members

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Davide Cuttini

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Bee behaviour

There is so much to discover about the behaviour of bees

that we can't stop buzzing.

Beekeeper at Work

Risk Assessment

Risk assessments regulates the real world, and its refinement can lead to real changes.

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Science outreach

Because science is relevant when it reaches people.

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Pesticides are a major stressor for bees, influencing their health and behaviour in multiple ways. 

Beekeeper Holding a Honeycomb


Monitoring surveys are crucial to assess the real conditions of bees and our environment.     

B for Bee

...and more!

There's always more, we're just waiting for the right moment. Reach out for more info. 

Piece of Honeycomb

Bee nutrition

A major driver of bee health. We use bees as model species for nutrition research.

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Wild bees

Bumblebees and solitary bees are essential pollinators. We study their health and behaviour.

What we do

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