You know when you have too much time on a Sunday. (Or you actually don’t, but you spend too much time on something absolutely unproductive…but…View More My Other Ride is the Belafonte
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
Here’s a mystery: below 8,400 meters there are no fish. There are other creatures: sea cucumbers, anemones, tiny worms, but no one has ever seen…View More Why are there no fish in the deepest deep sea?
I now know what all the Deeplings are getting for Christmas…. This might be the best thing I have ever seen on Etsy.View More The Hat You Didn’t Even Know You Needed.
When Andrew Thaler (@SFriedScientist) asked me for my home address a few days ago, I was…well…concerned. I have the tendency to be drawn to friends…View More An Unexpected Surprise in My Mail
I asked my friend and colleague Roy E. Plotnick, paleontologist and faculty in the Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago,…View More Remembering Raup
My love of snail shells did not begin at a young age. This is not a story of a 6-year old boy discovering his first…View More Digital Seashells and David Raup
Today is a very exciting day. Indeed, today is one of the best days ever! The next step in my evil science plans for total…View More These are a few of my favorite species: Paulasterias mcclaini “McClain’s 6-armed fleshy star”
“if you’re watching on channel one the super sampler is…THE HECK IS THAT?!” And that is the start of an absolutely breathtaking real life close encounter…View More Video: Rare sperm whale encounter with deep-sea ROV
I asked Tammy Horton, a noted expert on crustaceans, to write this post about the life of her colleague and friend Roger. Roger will be…View More Roger Norman Bamber (1949-2015)