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Entomology News & Events
Seminar Schedule Fridays at 11 AM (refreshments at 10:45) in Marley 230
Announcements & News
Arizona Insect Festival 2015
The UA Department of Entomology hosted the 5th annual Arizona Insect Festival. The event took place during a Sunday morning in September, when thousands of visitors learned about the importance of insects in our daily lives and discovered insect-based research taking place at the UA. For more information, please visit our website. http://cals.arizona.edu/ento/festival
University of Arizona Insect Collection (UAIC)
Located in the heart of the American Southwest, the University of Arizona's Insect Collection (UAIC) contains approximately 1.5 million terrestrial arthropod specimens representing 24,000 species mostly from the Sonoran Desert Region and the Madrean Sky Islands, one of the most biodiverse regions of North America. The collection is located in the Forbes Building on the UA campus and is open to the public Monday - Friday from 8 am to 4 pm. For more information, visit the UAIC website. http://ag.arizona.edu/ento/UAIC/
UA Entomologist Hosts Meet the Beetles!
Wendy Moore helps the public get up close and personal with Sonoran Desert beetles at Arizona Sonora Desert Museum event. UA press release
UA Entomologist Engineers Malaria-Proof Mosquito
Mike Riehle leads research team that created a mosquito that cannot infect people with malaria. UA press release
UA Entomologist Discusses Insect-resistant Plants in PBS Film
Bruce Tabashnik is part of a documentary's exploration of the role plants have played throughout human history. UA press release
Entomology at the University of Arizona recently ranked #2 among all major research universities in the U.S. in faculty scholarly productivity. The criteria included publications, citations, awards, and grants for 53 UA faculty members in the Department of Entomology and the Center for Insect Science.
The data are available at the Chronicle of Higher Education.