Bert Hoelldobler — Foundation Professor, School of Life Sciences. A world renowned sociobiologist, Hoelldobler and his colleagues are studying the social interactions of ants and how these ubiquitous insects communicate with one another. He believes that lessons for the long-term survival of humans may lie buried deep within the social structure of ant colonies. Hoelldobler won a Pultizer Prize in 1990 with co-author E.O. Wilson for their book,
Enjoy a special week of adventures from "Wild Kratts," "Nature Cat" and "Ready Jet Go!" beginning April 15.
See the challenges, struggles and triumphs for African Americans in 'Reconstruction: America After the Civil War'
Host and producer Henry Louis Gates, Jr. takes you on a two-part, four-hour journey through one of America's most controversial-yet-least-understood historical periods.
Take a mind-blowing journey through human history using six iconic objects that we often take for granted in "Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed the World" each Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. on Arizona PBS.