If there’s one thing I learned at ScienceOnline2011 (a gathering of journalists, writers, and scientists), it’s that science communicators should tell stories, not just facts.…View More Scientists, what’s YOUR story?
An upcoming meeting was brought to my attention. Let’s just say the subject made me squeal a bit. I’m as giddy as school kid with…View More Mollusks Who Take Advantage of Others and the Scientist Who Study Them
Since I’m on a London kick from my recent trip, your Friday video is from “The Deep”, an exhibit which recently closed at the Natural…View More TGIF: The Deep Exhibit at NHM London
In December I spent some time visiting a colleague at NUI Galway. I had a great time and Galway is a beautiful, fun city. Pubs…View More National University of Ireland, Galway’s Natural History Museum
It has been a long year waiting to announce this. Last year Dr. Adrian Glover, long time DSN fan from the Natural History Museum in…View More Video Feed Live From 30 Meters
Not deep sea but awesome nonetheless! The Full story is National Geographic News. “Despite their ghoulish appearance, the fangs likely aren’t used for feeding. “We…View More Dracula Fish From Myanmar Doesn’t Vant to Suck Your Blood