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Video: The technology has greatly accelerated research on an ambrosia beetle that is damaging trees in Southern California, UC Riverside researchers say.

Read more about Yes Men coming to UCR

Sponsored by the Office of Sustainability, UC Riverside will host a free screening of the documentary “The Yes Men Are Revolting.” Following the screening, there will be a discussion and Q&A opportunity with the activist duo, Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno.

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Read more about 3D Printing Could Help Save Trees

UC Riverside scientists are using 3D printing technology to study a beetle that is causing severe damage to avocado and landscape trees in Southern California. The beetle in question is the polyphagous shot hole borer, an ambrosia beetle that originated in Southeast Asia. It has a symbiotic relationship with a fungus.

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Other News at UCR Today

Secret Unlocked to Rice Seed Survival

Professor of Genetics Julia Bailey-Serres is part of a study unlocking the secret to just how rice seeds might be able to survive when grown under water.

Researchers Examine Brain’s Wiring

How does the brain determine which direction to let its thoughts fly?

Liftoff for Alternative Futurisms

A conference this month will launch a yearlong series of events exploring science fiction through the lens of racial inclusiveness.

Saving the Trees from Drought.

UCR botanist will study how the drought impacts tree species.

State Legislative Analyst to Speak at UCR

Tuesday, October 6
5:30–7:00 p.m.
Interdisciplinary South 1128
Alumnus Mac Taylor will discuss “Doing Public Policy: Musings from the Nonpartisan Trenches”

Long Night of Arts and Innovation

Thursday, October 8
5:00 p.m.
Downtown Riverside
Event showcases Riverside's exceptional talent in the arts, the performing arts, science and technology, and the culinary arts.

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