SFU husband-wife research duo nets international entomology award
The award recognizes the husband-wife research duo for their outstanding accomplishments together in entomology and exceptional contributions to insect communication science.
Gerhard holds an NSERC-Industrial Research Chair in Multimodal Animal Communication Ecology and leads the Gries Lab, where Regine is a research associate. The lab studies mechanisms of insect, spider and animal communication and resource-foraging.
The ESA is the largest organization in the world serving the professional and scientific needs of entomologists and individuals in related disciplines.
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