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Fieldwork in Costa Rica


Repercussions of winning the Pulitzer...
WD Snodgrass
Literate programming
Donald Knuth
My friendship with Ed Wilson
Thomas Eisner
Our book receives the Pulitzer Prize
EO Wilson Scientist
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1. I never grew out of my bug period 385 05:04
2. 'If you don't like mathematics, don't give up' 525 02:59
3. A grand tour with Thomas Eisner 143 08:19
4. Discovering ant colonies 80 05:05
5. Why I study ants 129 01:09
6. The Ants 92 03:05
7. Our book receives the Pulitzer Prize 89 02:18
8. Fieldwork in Costa Rica 81 03:07
9. In the South Pacific after World War II 81 06:09
10. The rainforest - a paradise for naturalists 84 03:43
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Edward Osborne Wilson is an American biologist, researcher (sociobiology, biodiversity), theorist (consilience, biophilia), naturalist (conservationist) and author (two Pulitzer Prizes). His biological specialty is myrmecology, the study of ants.

Listeners: Christopher Sykes

Christopher Sykes is a London-based television producer and director who has made a number of documentary films for BBC TV, Channel 4 and PBS.

Tags: The Ants, Pulitzer Prize, Bert Hölldobler

Duration: 2 minutes, 19 seconds

Date story recorded: 2000

Date story went live: 13 July 2010