I can’t help it. I’m in love with a new viral video. Is it the fact that features the largest species of fish? Is nostalgia…View More Oh my god, what the @#$% is that bro?
The answer to what kosher observing Jew would eat 310 million year ago is finally answered thanks to three paleobiologist. The short answer? Dinner will be…View More What Would A Kosher Jew Eat in the Cretaceous?
Recently, on Twitter and Facebook I noticed graphs of climate change and its impacts being posted. These were often unaccompanied with data sources or links. A…View More A Story of Climate Change Told In 15 Graphs
It’s early Monday morning. You really don’t want to work. Well let me help you out. Grab that cup of coffee, grab your mouse, and…View More Play Around With a 3D Snailfish and Octopus Online
Evolution is repetitive, especially if it produces adaptations that work well. If it’s all about survival, spines do the trick throughout the mollusk world. Scorpion Without…View More Malacology Monthly: Spines and How to Use Them
When one of my favorite papers of all time gets made into a School House Rock-esque production….magic happens. I was smiling the whole time like the…View More Life of Every Color & Kind
Calling all scientists!!! Looking for a way to make a big impact with relatively little effort ? Do you like talking about your research to…View More Letters to a Pre-Scientist
In the fossil history of sharks, a unique evolutionary experiment happened much earlier than anyone thought. The largest fishes in the oceans feed on some…View More Before Giant Plankton-Feeding Sharks, there were Giant Plankton-Feeding Sharks.
Cute and cuddly may not be the first words you would to describe a Mollusk. A group whose name literally means “soft-bodied” in Latin. However,…View More Aplacophorans: The fuzzy little Mollusk you don’t know
Tweeting during a conference and joining in on a conference hashtag is becoming the norm for scientists on Twitter. Indeed conference’s hashtags are becoming a…View More Become a Social Media Pro User: Tweeting Your Own Talk