Dylan Kraus is an Entomologist at AgBiome. He received his B.S. in Conservation Biology and a minor in Entomology from North Carolina State University (2013). Prior to joining AgBiome, Dylan spent over three years working for the N.C. State Entomology Department researching a wide range of subjects in tobacco, specialty, and small fruit crop systems. During this time, Dylan also worked at the Duke Lemur Center and Durham Museum of Life and Science where his work included not only caring for animals (and insects), but also interacting with the public to teach them about the amazing wildlife on earth. Possessing a strong passion for teaching, he also works with multiple schools and organizations across Durham to promote scientific discovery and education with children. Outside of work he enjoys playing with his dogs (check AgBiome’s social media for lots of pics of them), hiking, camping, and soccer.