Roland W. KaysDirector, Biodiversity Research Laboratory 40 years old, from the New York State Museum of Albany Will also teach at N.C. State University Roland Kays studies mammals, especially those on the go. His specialty is movements of birds, bees, coyotes and other migratory creatures. Because its impossible for anyone to be everywhere at once, Kays is already working the citizen-science angle for his work at the Nature Research Center. Weve been loaning out some cameras ahead of the grand opening, and well have people bring them back then, Kays said. Were having people run camera traps near backyard chicken coops to see what predators are attracted, see which predators live in different areas. Well share videoclips at the Daily Planet as they come in, make some maps and graphs. That will be just the start, if Kays has his way. This is really exciting, to get other people excited about science, he said. The scientific process can seem like a scary thing, but its the kind of thing we do every day. We just have to show people.