Speed BEE Talks

© Milena Schlösser/STERN

© Milena Schlösser/STERN

5 slides in 5 minutes. From the main stage, invited guests and a handful of chosen applicants from conference attendees will present innovative projects, intriguing trends, and new bee-related news. In this series of rapid-fire talks (inspired by TED Talks), we’ll hear from innovators, inventors, scientists, activists, and more.

Sarah Wiener (pictured) is Master of Ceremonies.

Dr. Tugut Altug (Green Party Berlin, DE): Berlin’s Bee Strategy
Ziv Elyashiv (Let me Bee, IL): The Honey Path: Multicultural Apiary in the Oasis of Peace Village
Julia Gajewski (Guerrilla Foundation, DE): The Hive Power of Activism
Nils Gerber (BEEsharing, DE): BEEsharing: Bee-friendly Agriculture through Digitalization
Dr. Sebastian Hausmann (The World Foundation for Natural Science, DE): How Bees Use Electromagnetic Fields and Why 5G Is Not a Good Idea
Dr. Rosa María Licón Luna (Wild Bees Project, FR): Photographic Survey of Wild Bees in the Jura Mountains of France
Fiona MacDonald (Feral Practice, UK): Sing it to the Bees
Piotr Piłasiewicz (Bractwo Bartne/Fratrum Mellicidarum, PL): UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Status for Zeidlerei
Geert Steelant (de lachende bijenkast, BE): Predatory Mite Stratiolaelaps s. versus Varroa Mite
Sarah Wiener (European Parliament, AT): Bee my honey

* Program subject to change.

Speed BEE Talks – Application Form

We are looking for speakers who can succinctly and articulately present one of the following topics from the main stage in five minutes or less: 1) An innovative project that is in development or already being implemented; 2) An intriguing trend related to apiculture, forestry, agriculture, and/or the environment; or 3) New bee-related news. Applications will be evaluated by a committee and selected on a rolling basis, starting on 15 June.

Name *
This can be found in the confirmation email that you received after purchasing your conference ticket.
Address *
In what language will you present? *
No more than 15 words.
To possibly be used to describe your talk on our website and/or in other communications. No more than 75 words.
In other words, what is the aim of your project and who do you want to reach? Or why is this trend/bee news relevant to others at the conference?
In other words, what makes your topic unique and why do you think others at the conference will want to hear about it?