This week’s featured prints equip part of a collaborative ecological research endeavor between a Penn Ph.D. student and the Woodlands Cemetery. Beehives are being treated with a fungal spore that may interrupt the life cycle of the parasitic varroa mite, which is a contributing factor in colony collapse disorder. These materials will help supply the hives with water, sugar syrup, and shelter, while the team evaluates the efficacy of the fungal treatment.
Printed in ABS black plastic on the Stratasys uPrint SE Plus and in durable resin on the Form2
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