Last year, DSN compatriot and Captain of the rag-tag crew over at Southern Fried Science, dropped a science outreach bomb. Dr. A.D. Thaler struck some ecological/technological brilliance in…View More Rocky Intertidal v.2.0
You guys…I did a thing. I published my first book. It’s a children’s sticker book all about the intertidal squishies that I love so much!…View More Tentacles, Tube Feet, and Other Sticky Things.
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
“As I grew up I was fervently desirous of becoming acquainted with Nature.” -John James Audubon There are few books I have seen as spellbinding…View More Science For the People, By the People
I have a confession. I am obsessed with ridiculously large and small things. While other children impatiently anticipated toys for Christmas, I enjoyed just as…View More Craig With Big Things (and Small Things)
Have you ever seen the bottom of a barnacle? Or to be totally accurate, the top? I hadn’t either until a good friend and photographer,…View More TGIF: Barnacles put a ring on it
So on June 7th I was all, ‘Facebook, what’s happening today?’ and as I’m scrolling through my feed I see this picture–posted by a scuba…View More What are these giant tube-shaped animals showing up in the Azores?
In which Dr. Milton Love ruins the magic behind Finding Dory with Science, but we love him anyways. TUNE IN HEREView More Science Spoiler Alert: Finding Dory
Basically, the ocean is a glowing rave of awesome…but you already knew that. Happy Friday!View More TGIF: Elasmo-Lite-Brites
Out there in the open ocean is a nudibranch sea slug that looks like a fish, and for the last five months I’ve been obsessed…View More Video! The sea slug that looks and swims like a fish