How do we solve the diversity problem in marine science? This a complicated question without a single answer – but there is no question that we…View More Support LUMCON ocean scholarships, and get rural, low-income kids hooked on marine science!
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Editor’s Note: This article originally occurred at Southern Fried Science and is republished here with permission. The post is authored by shark expert and graduate…View More Here’s how you can tell that the “shark” photobombing kids is actually a dolphin
Everyone is always asking the DSN crew what are favorite books are. Well just in time for the holidays we are unleashing The Essential DSNL…View More Essential Marine Readings
This isn’t the type of humor we’re used to at DSN – the news these past few weeks has been some new brand of twisted…View More The slow strangling of marine science careers, as the Government Shutdown drags on
Well this brings a smile to my face. St. Thomas Aquinas defensive end Jelani Hamilton (6-foot-5, 250 pounds) committed to the University of Miami on…View More Marine Science For The Win!
I was extremely flattered a year ago to be invited to join the academic editors at PLoS One. In that time I worked diligently to…View More Marine and Aquatic Science at PLoS One
This should be considered an addendum to Craig’s post yesterday, called “So, you want to be a deep-sea biologist“. It assumes you’ve done everything right,…View More Tips on Consulting for the Marine Sciences
Sea turtles do it. Ocean liners do it. Charles Lindbergh did it. Even a Zeppelin can do it. Can an autonomous robot do it, across…View More Robot glider to make Trans-Atlantic journey