Adriana Briscoe, an educator of science and biology at UC Irvine, studies vision in butterflies.
Turns out, butterflies are truly cool. For example, they can be prepared to identify light of a specific shading — which she’s done as a component of her exploration.
Adriana additionally responds to questions you might’ve never thought to ask like: Why they lounge in the daylight? Also, for what reason do some of them have ‘hearts’ in their wings?
Besides, you’ll never think about where their photoreceptors are.
We likewise examine the significance of educators and tutors in differentiating the STEM fields, which Adriana has expounded on.