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On Becoming a Biologist is grounded in reality, cognizant of practical matters (education and jobs) as well as the ideals that inform the profession—a reverence for life and a responsibility to humankind and its future. Janovy draws on his experiences as a graduate and postdoctoral student, on his rewarding relationships with teachers, and on his fieldwork as a naturalist. This edition includes new information throughout the book regarding pertinent events, issues, and changes in technology.
"...will be appreciated by biologists as well as those who want to know how a scientist's mind works."--New York Times
|2||The practice of biology||34|
|3||Teaching and learning||69|
|4||Making a living||93|