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Welcometo the Dyce Laboratory for
Honey Bee Research named after Professor Elton J. Dyce who headed Cornell’s honey bee program from 1947-1966. Professor Dyce is best known for his research on the properties of honey and his patented method for producing creamed honey. The lab opened in 1968 under the direction of Professor Roger A. Morse who headed Cornell’s honey bee program from 1966 until his retirement in 1996. Direction of the lab was turned over to Professor Nicholas W. Calderone in 1996...More about Dyce Lab

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