PROGRAM

Thursday 1st July 2021

Jump to today's Morning - Lunch - Afternoon
Please note our program is subject to change and being updated as quickly as possible.
 
8.00am - 8.20am
 
  • Banquet Hall

    Trade Show

     

  • Banquet Hall

    Trade Show

  • Room 1

  • Room 2

8.20am - 8.40am
 
  • Banquet Hall

    Trade Show

  • Auditorium

  • Room 1

    To be announced.

  • Room 2

    To be announced.

 
8.40am - 9.00am
  • Banquet Hall

    Trade Show

  • Auditorium

  • Room 1

    Peter Brooks

    HPLC- DAD of Honey Phenolics and Flavonoids for Authentication and Bioactivity.

  • Room 2

    Katja Hogendoorn

    Considerations when designing Leptospermum honey production areas.

9.00am - 9.20am
 
  • Banquet Hall

  • Auditorium

    Kim Fewster

    APC Annual Report

  • Room 1

    Trong Tran

    Phenolic compounds in honey bee propolis and their therapeutic values.

  • Room 2

    Kenneth Ho

    East meets West: Exploring cross-cultural differences in consumer attention to honey labels.

9.20am - 9.40am
 
  • Banquet Hall

  • Auditorium

    Laurie Kershaw

    Commercial Beekeeper

    East Coast Beekeeping and Development of Mixed Pastures for Bees.

  • Room 1

    Daniela Scaccabarozzi

    Compositional diversity of Bee venom from a Corymbia calophylla (Marri) ecosystem.

  • Room 2

    Md Khairul Islam

    Tracking of thermal changes in honey using High-Performance Thin Layer Chromatography.

9.40am - 10.00am
 
  • Banquet Hall

  • Auditorium

    Laurie Kershaw

    Commercial Beekeeper

    East Coast Beekeeping and Development of Mixed Pastures for Bees.

  • Room 1

    Kevin Foster

    Bee Friendly Pastures: A partnership to expand and secure Australia’s floral resources.

  • Room 2

    Md Lokman Hossain

    Honey-Based Medicinal Formulations: A review.

Morning Tea - 10.00am 10.40am
10.00am - 10.40am
 
  • Banquet Hall

    Morning Tea

  • Auditorium

  • Room 1

  • Room 2

 
10.40am - 11.00am
 
  • Banquet Hall

  • Auditorium

    Trevor Weatherhead

    AHBIC Report.

  • Room 1

    Soheila Beiranvand

    Phenolic and flavonoid content of Australian honeys and their antioxidant potential.

  • Room 2

    Liz Milla

    Pollen DNA metabarcoding identifies provenance and high plant diversity in Australian honey.

11.00am - 11.20am
 
  • Banquet Hall
  • Auditorium
    Katja Hogendoorn
    Bees and fungicides: do they go together?
  • Room 1
    Katherine Hammer
    Antibacterial activity of Western Australian monofloral honeys.
  • Room 2
    Lynne Milne
    International certification of jarrah honey: establishing a mono-floral pollen standard.
11.20am - 11.40am
 
  • Banquet Hall
     
     
  • Auditorium
    Paul Ethridge / Dave Currey / Matt Tyler
    Beekeeper Training and Certificate lll
  • Room 1
    Kathryn Green
    Methods for measuring the antibacterial activity of honey.
  • Room 2
    Francisco Encinas-Viso
    Effective  monitoring of terrestrial ecosystems with honeybees and DNA metabarcoding.
11.40am - 12.00pm
 
  • Banquet Hall
     
  • Auditorium
    Matthew King /Ashlee Russell
    Apiary authority update DBCA
  • Room 1
    Fraser Russell
    Modelling the kinetics of antioxidant activity for Australian Eucalyptus honeys.
  • Room 2
    Lynne Milne
    The marri mono-floral honey pollen standard and protocols for avoiding marri blends.
12.00pm - 12.20pm
 
  • Banquet Hall
     
  • Auditorium
    Katie McWilliams
    Prescribed Burning - Policy and Operations
  • Room 1
    Katharina Schmidt
    Antioxidant Activity of Leatherwood Honey and the Correlation with Chemical and Physico-Chemical Parameters.
Lunch - 12.20pm - 1.20pm
 
  • Banquet Hall
    LUNCH
  • Auditorium
  • Room 1
  • Room 2
Afternoon Sessions - 1.20pm - 5.00pm
1.20pm - 1.40pm
  • Banquet Hall
  • Auditorium
    Tony Brideson
    Health and Fitness for beekeepers (Levity Health).
  • Room 1
    Cheryl Day
    Valuing Natural Resources for Migratory Beekeepers in Western Australia.
 
1.40pm - 2.00pm
 
  • Banquet Hall
  • Auditorium
    Brendon Fewster
    Better Bees Rottnest Breeding Program update.
  • Room 1
    Linda Wilson
    In the eye of the bee-holder: sharing perspectives on beekeeper resource insecurity.
2.00pm - 2.20pm
 
  • Banquet Hall
     

  • Auditorium
    Tiffane Bates
    Queen Bee Breeding
  • Room 1
    Daniel Dixon
    Environmental impact on flowering.
  • Room 2
    Ivan Lawag
    A modified Folin-Ciocalteu assay for the determination of total phenolics in honey.
2.20pm - 2.40pm
 
  • Banquet Hall

  • Auditorium
    Andrew Morcom
    Better Bees through Artificial Insemination
  • Room 1
    Vidushi  Patel
    Social-ecological representation of beekeeping:  An initiative towards unfolding interconnectivities for sustainable decision-making.
  • Room 2
    Md Khairul Islam
    Multivariate analysis of High-Performance Thin Layer Chromatography derived data of Banksia honeys.
2.40pm - 3.00pm
 
  • Banquet Hall
  • Auditorium
    Andrea Johnston/James Sheehan
    DPIRD report
  • Room 1
    Madlen Kratz
    Honeybee nutrition and effective crop pollination at an avocado orchard.
  • Room 2
    Md Lokman Hossain
    HPTLC as a novel analytical tool for release studies of honey-based formulations.
Afternoon Tea Break - 3.00pm - 3.40pm
3.00pm - 3.40pm
 
  • Banquet Hall
    Afternoon Tea
  • Auditorium
  • Room 1
  • Room 2
3.40pm - 4.00pm
 
  • Banquet Hall
  • Banquet Hall
    Emily Grace
    Beekeeping in a changing climate  (Zoom presentation)​.
  • Room 1
    To be announced.
  • Room 2
    John Roberts
    Biosecure importation of Varroa resistant honey bee genetics.
4.00pm - 4.40pm
 
  • Banquet Hall
     
     
     
  • Auditorium
    BETTER BEES - BETTER HEALTH PANEL SESSION

     

    Rod Pavey / Julia Grassl /

    Rob Manning,

    Doug Sommerville

    Sponsored by Hort Innovations.

  • Banquet Hall
     
     
  • Room 2
4.40pm - 5.00pm
 
  • Banquet Hall
  • Banquet Hall
    Overview of Conference and Closing.
  • Room 1
  • Room 2
Conference Dinner 7.00pm - 9.00pm onwards

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