Dr Caroline Wanjiku is an entomologist and currently an early-career postdoctoral researcher at Kemri welcome trust in Kilifi, Kenya. She recently obtained her PhD from Unversity of Pretoria, South Africa with a thesis titled "Biological traits, plant sugar feeding patterns and chemical ecology of Aedes aegypt". Caroline has a background in Biochemistry from Kenyatta University, Kenya.
Here are some of the resources she suggested from the podcast.
Range: Why generalists triumph in a specialized world - David Epstein
Talking to strangers - Malcom Gladwell
Atomic habits - James Clear
Linchpin - Seth Godin
The blackdeath: The world's most devastating plague - Dorsey Amstrong (Audible)
//www.estherperel.com/podcast - How's work
//lewishowes.com/sogpodcast/ - School of greatness
//lisabilyeu.libsyn.com/ - Women of impact
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