Another letter from a teach whose project “Biology Without Dissection? Ridiculous!” we helped to fund: Dear Kevin Zelnio, Wow! What a tremendous effort from everyone…View More Ocean Bloggers Still Rocking It Out for the Kids!
Miriam was interviewed on Earth Sky Science about her research on plastic in the ocean! Great job Miriam, a nice mix of enthusiasm, information, composure…View More Miriam On the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
The distinction is not trivial. I have been thinking about this alot over the last couple years while reflecting on my goals and how I…View More Science Communicator or Scientist Communicator?
Below the fold is a summary of tweets from March 30th, 2010View More Deep Sea Tweets for March 30th, 2010
This sub very posh and quite brill indeed. “This is the best submarine in the world. It is virtually undetectable, has reinvented the periscope and…View More Britain’s Unaffordable Defender of the Realm
Below the fold is a summary of tweets from March 29th, 2010View More Deep Sea Tweets for March 29th, 2010
The 8th edition of the Diversity in Science Carnival is posted at Wild About Ants (another arthropodacious blog)! The theme this month is women in…View More Carnival of Diversity #8
Below is a summary of tweets from March 28th, 2010 @kzelnio: Pictures: Giant Squid Get Extreme Plastic Surgery: http://bit.ly/9RXv5k #DSN – 28 Mar 10 04:54View More Deep Sea Tweets for March 28th, 2010
Below the fold is a summary of tweets from March 26th, 2010View More Deep Sea Tweets for March 26th, 2010
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