We focus on a "Lab to Table" approach to science by bringing primary research into the hands of the masses. Our research is based on invertebrate endocrinology, immunology, and sustainability education that can be used as inspiration to further the general population’s interest in science. It's never too early or too late to become a scientist!
About Us

 ​​​​​​​We attend Radford University in rural southwest Virginia and study comparative endocrinology in Dr. Jason Davis’s Ecophysiology lab. We use Madagascar hissing cockroaches to test the effects of juvenile hormone and royal jelly on​​​ growth, reproduction, immunity, sex trait characteristics, and mortality. Through this research, we hope to inspire America to ask questions and think about science from a new perspective! 

  1. Rachel Short
  2. Dr. Jason Davis
  3. Taylor Hawkins