Joanne Lauck, MS
As an environmental educator, professional writer, former counselor, and certified wildlife rehabilitator, Joanne Lauck brings an eclectic group of skills to her work. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and a Masters of Science degree in experimental psychology. Joanne also is a graphic artist and currently teaches graphic art at the high school level in San Jose, California.
Science Facts Written by Joanne Lauck, MS
The Art of Hunting
Most of us have seen a praying mantis. Two thousand species of praying mantis are scattered throughout the world, ranging in size from less than half an inch (1.27 cm) to more than five inches (12.7 ... Continue reading
Spiders and Their Venom
Spiders, which have been around for about 300 million years, are built differently from insects. They have eight legs, not six, and their bodies are divided into two sections, not three. Entomologists ... Continue reading
Are Bees Physicists?
Far-reaching research, and research that promises to join mathematics and biology, has been conducted by a mathematician at the University of Rochester, Barbara Shipman. She has described all the ... Continue reading