Love of Insects Propels Author's Studies Biologist Thomas Eisner has spent a lifetime studying insects; he is a pioneer in chemical ecology and has taught at Cornell University for more than 40 years. Eisner studies the chemical interactions of organisms, and he has a new book, For Love of Insects, that gathers images and ideas from his research. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Eisner.

Love of Insects Propels Author's Studies

Love of Insects Propels Author's Studies

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Biologist Thomas Eisner has spent a lifetime studying insects; he is a pioneer in chemical ecology and has taught at Cornell University for more than 40 years. Eisner studies the chemical interactions of organisms, and he has a new book, For Love of Insects, that gathers images and ideas from his research. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Eisner.