Pumas, also known as cougars, have been found to participate in intricate social behaviors. These creatures were previously thought of as solitary, however recent video footage revealed that pumas practice reciprocity by sharing food with those who share food with them. The full video can be seen here. Another interesting revelation in the minds of animals … Continue reading New in Biology: Social lives of pumas and squirrel cognition
This year, no women have been awarded the Nobel Prize in science. The last time a woman was awarded a science Nobel was May Britt Moser in 2014 for her discovery of the cells that constitute a navigation system in the brain using rat models. There have only been two females awarded physics Nobel Prizes. … Continue reading Where are the women in Nobel Prizes in STEM?
To finish off my exciting weekend, my friend, Ashley came over with an excellent idea: to kick off the fall season by baking something festive! So, we tried this recipe from Delish. It turned out amazingly, and making the apple cups were not as hard as anticipated. However, I would've added a few touches to amp … Continue reading Delish’s Apple Pie recipe
My "squad" and I went to opening weekend for the Carolina Renaissance Festival, and it was a merry tyme for all! A few of my favorite moments are as follows: Starting the day with a $6 mimosa (a little steep if you ask me) Watching the daring feats of the London Broil show. This was … Continue reading Renaissance Festival in full swing in Carolina!