Agroscope experts are investigating where antibiotic resistance can arise in the food supply chain. The research projects are intended to help highlight and eliminate weak points, so that antibiotics can continue to remain effective against diseases in future.
The research Cadenazzo Campus was officially opened September 30, 2016 in the presence of cantonal and communal authorities. The buildings have been designed to the highest standards of energy saving and respect for the environment.
Thanks to never-before-seen X-ray images of bee honeycombs, a team composed of researchers from both Agroscope and the Institute for Bee Health at the University of Bern were able to observe how honey is produced.