During his fifty-year career as a biologist at the University of Arizona, Joseph T. Bagnara investigated subjects he was passionate about, traveled abroad, made lasting friendships, and earned international recognition. Now retired, he leaves behind a legacy of discovery and knowledge. And yet, as in any life, there is unfinished business. Embark on a journey through time as Joe recounts his scientific and cultural adventures. Through his eyes you will witness the profound changes that occurred in academia following World War II. The road is winding, with many detours and a few promising trails abandoned. But these trails remain for future generations to rediscover and explore.It was the new model Olympus camera that Hama had told us about the morning of our departure from Nagoya. ... Hama had taken the instruction manual, which was written in Japanese, and word for word had translated it into English!
|Author||:||Joseph T. Bagnara|
|Publisher||:||Wheatmark, Inc. - 2013-07-01|