As science communicators, we are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to translate the ramblings of the ivory tower into a relatable and accessible public…View More Writings on the SeaWall: Squidtoons
Ocean science and conservation, like any human enterprise, is subject to its fair share of internal messiness from time to time. As someone whose expertise…View More Embracing Yes/Also: Marine Protected Areas Are Not An Either/Or Proposition
Art is my favorite way to communicate science. It’s the language that transcends boundaries. For the past couple of months, I have been working with…View More Drawing Connections
OMG Irma. It is going through the Caribbean and slamming everything in its path. I’ve been getting updates from friends in the Virgin Islands and…View More A quick look at the data from inside Hurricane Irma
Last week, we wrote a teaser on what would happen in the sea during the eclipse. But now the results are in and YES! CALAMITY…View More What actually happened in the sea during the solar eclipse!
On July 20th, 1963, three scientists sat on a research ship 200 miles south of Woods Hole, MA, waiting for something remarkable. They were nearly…View More What happens in the sea during a solar eclipse?
It’s June, and that means the end of the NBA, the start of summer, and the celebration of LGBT Pride across the USA. I must…View More Pride, Actually.
You pull your old car to the side of the road, slow to a stop and turn the key: the fire in your engine dies.…View More The Ancient Ocean of the Dakota Access Pipeline
Guest Post: This little morsel is brought to you by Marine Biologist Jonathan Jones. I have had the pleasure, nay the privilege, to work with…View More What’s in a name? That which we call a Hopkin’s Rose by any other name would smell as sweet.
Using computer art magic, Armand Dijcks has turned the still photographs of Ray Collins into wonderful kinetic images of waves. Turn on full screen. Press…View More Morning Zen: The infinite waves of Ray Collins