Robinson s Abuzz with Bee Genome Revelations | GenomeWeb

Gene Robinson grew up as a city kid in Buffalo, NY, with no particular passion for bees. But when he spent a year at 19 volunteering on a kibbutz in Israel, “I was asked to help work with the bees for a couple of weeks. … I remember writing home, telling my parents I had found what I wanted to do.” He headed to Cornell to study biology and never looked back.

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