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Bebop Labs Of New Hampshire is a non-profit that utilizes citizen science. Dr Kaitlyn Morse is the driving force behind Bebop Labs.(named after her chocolate lab, who also collects ticks for science.)

https://www.bebop-labs.com/our-history

Previously, Dr Morse created a vaccine againest tick-borne pathogen Anaplasmosis, worked at Mass General Hospital/Harvard Medical School Infecious Disease Division, inventing a laser adjuvant.

Unfortunately she discovered that thinking with your heart was considered erroneous among her fellow researchers and scientists. So she moved to New Hampshire, started a non-profit organization, and now thinks with her heart to make the world a healthier place. ❤️

Bebop Labs is a community science project.

Dr Morse has successfully partnered with many sponsors through networking. Donations are always needed for this rapidly growing non-profit. All of us will benefit with KNOWLEDGE.

Here's her data so far;

https://www.bebop-labs.com/our-data

Interactive Map of New Hampshire;

https://www.bebop-labs.com/mapping-ticks

Here are some of the program's she has implemented;

Free tick testing
Numerous tick drop off boxes
Plans to have permanent Tick Collection Boxes on all parks and trails in New Hampshire
Developing solutions to protect the moose colonies from tick bites.
Mapping risk areas of getting bitten by infected ticks
Making a hand held device to provide on-site disease information
Provides workshops for Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, organized groups and individuals.
Plans to offer water testing in your home
Plans to offer farmers and gardeners soil testing
Plans for air testing quality
Plans to test for microbial presence in other vectors and Enviromental sources

Everyday people doing extraordinary things.

Dr Kaitlyn Morse shows us HOW it's done, shows us it CAN be done. She is an impressive powerhouse.

Thank you to Dr Kaitlyn Morse, her sponsors, and the people of the great state of New Hampshire.

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