On the heals of being inspired at #scifoo at GoogleX, I’m a little fired up. Monday morning at the American Library Association meeting–after flight delays,…View More 10 Things Science, Science Communication, and Just Maybe All of Academia Needs
This year marked the 100th Anniversary of the Western Society of Naturalist (WSN) meeting. An organization developed in 1910, WSN is the second oldest natural…View More Last Name: Eva, First Name: Greatest
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
So this past weekend, some of the other Deeplings and I left the DSN lair to party in the city where the heat is on.…View More Want to catch a shark. Got to do a shark dance.
Last week 70-odd of the world’s whale shark researchers converged on Atlanta for the 3rd International Whale Shark Conference. It was an unusual meeting in…View More Where are all the ladies at?
Sorry I’ve been a bit quiet lately, but I’ve got a reason, honest. It’s not even an excuse. See, I’ve been a bit wrapped up…View More Cos you can never have too much whale shark
Exciting things have been happening in the Deep-sea community these past few years – we’re gaining online momentum! My bookmarks are filling up with more…View More Extra, Extra! Getcha bookmarks ready and keep track of Deep-sea research!
A shoal of Deeplings will be attending this week’s Science Online conference in North Carolina. If you’ll be there, come say hi to Craig, Al,…View More The Deeplings at Science Online
Deep-sea biology fans can geek out this week by following the proceedings of the 13th Deep-sea Biology Symposium taking place in Wellington, NZ (3-7th December)…View More Deep-sea researchers convene at #dsbs2012 this week in New Zealand
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