Biodiversity of a Lab: A Community Ecology Perspective on Contributing to a Healthy Ecosystem

Working in a science lab involves hands-on work, like caring for a mite colony (pictured here: John Coffey and Monica Farfan, Ph.D., in the Clemson University Vegetable Entomology Lab), but a successful science lab is also dynamic, carefully balanced environment not unlike the natural ecosystems that many scientists study. Attention to the relationships, individual personalities, and unique stresses of scientific work are all critical to fostering a healthy, balanced lab environment.


Source: Entomology Today

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