Damico and Raymann caution that science is always evolving – a future probiotic could strike the scientific sweet spot and help bees. But in the meantime, they point out, probiotics on the market are expensive and seem to be a waste of both time and money.
Damico is working to get the word out about this.
She has also jumped headfirst into the world of advocacy here at UNCG, spearheading the Spartans for Science Policy student group. Community involvement, she says, is one of the reasons she fell in love with UNCG.
“There is a group for everything in Greensboro and becoming involved in my community made me feel more confident in my own work,” she says.
“I hope to show students ways they can use their voice to cultivate a brighter future.”