Everything You Need to Know About… Insects.
More than busy helpers for our environment, uncover the incredible adaptations and abilities of these tiny creatures that truly are nature’s ultimate superheroes.
Featuring Queensland Museum’s Senior Curator Dr Christopher Burwell, The University of Queensland’s venom scientist Dr Andrew Walker and nanobiotechnologist Dr Elena Ivanova as they delve into the extraordinary world of insects and their larger-than-life impact on our lives.
Chris Burwell joined the Queensland Museum in 1995 and is now Senior Scientist and Curator of insects. Chris’ research focuses on the taxonomy, biology and ecology of Hymenoptera, the bees,...View Profile
Andrew's research interests are centred around the structure and function of venom and silk polypeptides produced by arthropods, and their use in biotechnology and medicine. He is a Postdoctoral Fellow...View Profile
Professor Elena P. Ivanova’s research focuses on the fundamental and applied aspects of Nano/Biotechnology including biomaterials and bacterial interactions with micro/nano-structured surfaces.View Profile
Rebecca Levingston was quite happily delivering daily traffic reports to ABC listeners, before she was dragged kicking and screaming into the producer's seat for Richard Fidler. Her life hasn't been...View Profile
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