What's left to learn about the bacteria on our bodies and in our homes, the ants in our backyard, the cats in our neighbourhood, and the mites on our faces? Yes... mites. On our faces. Rob Dunn is a biologist and writer in the Department of Biological Sciences at North Carolina State University. He works on large-scale biology, filled with unknowns.
Join us for a talk by Rob on the large-scale citizen science projects that are generating exciting new insights into our interactions with the species we share our lives and homes with, and how this work might change the way we live in the future.
Photo: Lauren Nichols.