Devina’s interest in the cosmos from a young age has led her to pursue a PhD in astrophysics. While she feels most at home thinking about the interactions of stars and planets, she realises the importance of accurately communicating scientific ideas to the general public. With the complicated scientific jargon used by scientists immersed in research, even slightly careless remarks can lead to a huge misunderstanding. She wants to learn more about current research in other fields of science, as well as bring what she has learned from her experience in astronomy and astrophysics.
Devina is the editor of 1 Break:
Snake uses its split jaws as a knife and fork
Animals with no limbs (like snakes) are expected to have a disadvantage when handling their food. Although most snakes swallow their prey whole, we found that a species of snakes manoeuvres its split jaws to overcome the indigestible parts of its food.Dec 10, 2021 | 4 min read