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BEE PATHOGEN DETECTION

We are pleased to announce more R&D funding for pathogen detection within the apiculture industry. Ministry for Primary Industries invests $150k in DNAiTECH’s ongoing programme to develop apiculture diagnostics through the Sustainable Food and Fibre Futures fund. We are creating the assays, the microfluidic devices, and the hardware so that beekeepers can test for the disease at the hive. Apiculture New Zealand's April article on DNAiTECH's American Foulbrood and varroa mite detection program can be found here.

DNAiTECH article page 17 Beekeeper April_May 2023_MPI (2)
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DNAiTECH: new technologies for apiculture


DNAiTECH: new technologies for apiculture


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