Annette Kleiser

biologist and CEO of Dalan Animal Health

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Bees have been dying off in masses, and no one knows why. Bees are crucial to the food chain. Now there’s hope: a bee vaccine.

Will new vaccine effectively save bees?

Bees have been dying off in masses, and no one knows why. Bees are crucial to the food chain. Now there’s hope: a bee vaccine.

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