Congratulations to Kimberly Andreassen for winning the Biological Science division of the North Carolina Science and Engineering Fair with her project “The effects of climate change on evergreen bagworm development and immunity.” Andrea attends the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. She spent last summer working in our lab, mentored by Warren Sconiers, to determine how different temperatures affect bagworm development and immune response. Now Kimberly is off to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix, AZ to present her research again. Good luck Kimberly! Congratulations to Kimberly and Warren for their great project.
- Potato leafhoppers arriving now in NC nurseries to feed on red maples May 16, 2017
- Will neonicotinoids on milkweed hurt monarchs? May 16, 2017
- Undergraduate Research Assistant: Effects of urban climate on insects and trees in cities May 8, 2017
- Undergraduate Research Assistant: Watering street trees May 8, 2017
- Red headed flea beetle adults active in NC April 17, 2017