UCF Biology Professor Explores Mysteries of Insect Life

UCF Biology Professor Explores Mysteries of Insect Life

UCF Biology Professor Explores Mysteries of Insect Life

The first time biology associate professor Barb Sharanowski encountered insects, they terrified her.

“When I was a kid in Ontario, Canada, my older brother used to throw them at me – gosh, it was just basically torture,” she said. “But as I grew older I overcame that fear, and curiosity took hold. I learned that they were actually the best things in the world.”

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