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The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center’s annual Bioenergy Institute for Educators (BIE) brings together teachers from across the country to incorporate concepts of bioenergy into K-12 classrooms. Above (l) BIE participants capture bugs at the Arlington Agricultural Research Station to to study plant and insect biodiversity. Taking time in the Cameron Currie lab with graduate student Gina Lewin (r), BIE participants observe how the farming techniques of the leaf-cutter ant serve as a model for bioenergy production.

Read more about the Bioenergy Institute for Educators program at glbrc.org »