Kang Le

Institution
Hebei University

Country
China

Field
Life Sciences

Kang was elected as an international member of the National Academy of Science for his contributions to entomology and ecology genomics.

(Photo: Chinese Academy of Sciences)

AWARDS
  • National Academy of Science

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