Center Scientist Reflects on How a Research Environment Shapes Science and Life

 

copy_of_Frank_Koch.jpgScientists today work in a variety of research environments, each presenting unique benefits as well as challenges. Eastern Threat Center research ecologist Frank Koch (pictured) typically spends his working day in an office where he models and evaluates risks associated with invasive species, a research environment that offers no shortage of collaboration opportunities. For the second in a series of articles providing insight into the lives of scientists, Entomology Today interviewed Koch and three others who work in the field, laboratory, and classroom to gain insight into their development as specialists--in both subject matter and their chosen research environment. Read the article...

 

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