Hive managing editor Allie Zito has recently defended her PhD dissertation in the University of California, Irvine department of Chemistry! Her work focuses on electrochemical carbon dioxide capture and concentration. Allie has been a longtime member of the Hive and we are so excited for her accomplishment! Congratulations, Dr. Allie Zito!Continue reading
Bahareh Sorouri is now a Doctor!
Hive managing editor Bahareh Sorouri has recently defended her PhD dissertation in the University of California, Irvine department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology! Her work focuses on Microbial Function and Genetic Variation with Climate Change! Bahareh has been a longtime member of the Hive and we are so excited forContinue reading
Hunting for Zzzzzs
Parents, what’s with teens and SLEEPING? This is Sandra Tsing Loh with the Loh Down on Science. Your teens are night owls. They hit the hay just as their grandparents are waking up. Why is this? Enter David Samson at the University of Toronto. He and his colleagues went toContinue reading
Why did skunks evolve with such di-STINK-tion? This is Sandra Tsing Loh with the Loh Down on Science. Meet biologists Tim Caro and Theodore Stankowich. Yes, really. They study how some carnivorous mammals protect themselves from getting eaten. For example: meerkats huddle in groups, while skunks squirt noxious sprays. WhyContinue reading