About The Trust
The Trust was formed by Dr Eva Crane in 2002. Its aim is to advance the understanding of bees and beekeeping. Click below to read more about the Trust.Read More
Eva Crane's Papers
Without doubt Eva Crane became one of the greatest writers on bees and beekeeping in the 20th century. Access her documents which cover decades of her life.Read More
Eva Crane Trust have a bank of over 40,000 abstracts which can be searched online. This service is free to use once you have logged into the website.Read More
Eva Crane Trust have a bank of over 6,000 images which can be searched online. Our images can be viewed once you have logged into the website.Read More
Get Your Project off the Ground
Are you finding it difficult to obtain funding for your project or struggling to gain financial support for bee research? Perhaps the Eva Crane Trust can help. This grant giving trust welcomes the opportunity to support individuals and organisations in this specialised field.
These funds have allowed us to establish a line of work assessing the impact of microplastics and plastic pollution on bees, which will continue after the grant finishes. Dr Micaela Buteler.
- How are microplastics affecting honeybees, and are they in our honey?
The Eva Crane Trust funding has allowed this exciting research to go ahead.
Dr. Martin Bencsik and Harriet Hall.
- Utilising the vibrational signature of a novel Varroa destructor behaviour as an indicator of mite presence within honeybee (Apis mellifera) brood cells.
This funding has been transformational in the research that we have been able to achieve and we
personally feel extremely grateful to have been in receipt of this award. Dr Graeme Fox.
- Healthy diet, healthy guts, healthy bees.