NUBS

Northwestern University's Beekeeping Society

About:

Northwestern University’s Beekeeping Society, or “NUBS”, is Northwestern’s one and only beekeeping society and innovation group. Currently, we are developing a smart beehive that incorporates sensors to track information such as hive temperature, humidity, and the amount of honey stored in the hive. Additionally, we are also working on establishing a bee hive colony here on Northwestern’s campus.

Prospective Members:

If you’re interested in working on our smart hive, beekeeping, or just looking for a new group of people to kick back with, contact us through any of the emails listed under the “contact info” section of the web page. We have teams working on hive design, sensor implementation, beekeeping, and community outreach.

If you’re interested in working on our smart hive, beekeeping, or just looking for a new group of people to kick back with, contact us through any of the emails listed under the “contact info” section of the web page. We have teams working on hive design, sensor implementation, beekeeping, and community outreach.