A potential new species of nudibranch (white box) on a bubblegum coral You might have noticed that my posting frequency is down recently. Why? 1. Kevin Z convinced me to start Tweeting. There seems to be an inverse relationship to my writing for DSN and posting Tweets. Previous attempts to integrate our Twitter content into . . . → Read More: What’s New With the Dr. M and the Oceans?
At this year’s National Association for Biology Teachers conference, Steve Haddock from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, spoke on deep ocean habitats. The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center sponsored the session on extreme environments and are now making all the videos available. Steve’s excellent and visually impressive talk is above and demonstrates the wonder . . . → Read More: Life in the Deep Sea: Only the Fragile Survive
It’s just a few short weeks until the final deadline for your submission! To recap, the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center is offering two $750 travel awards for bloggers with the best posts covering new and emerging evolutionary science. To apply for an award, writers should submit a blog post that highlights current or emerging evolutionary . . . → Read More: ScienceOnline 2010 Travel Awards: The Entries So Far
I am very excited to announce that the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center will be offering two travel awards for ScienceOnline 2010. These will be awarded for the best of evolutionary writing on the Web that features new and emerging evolutionary research in 2009. See below for the full announcement. Are you a blogger who is . . . → Read More: Travel Awards for ScienceOnline 2010
Bow down to the new symbol of power! You might have noticed my absence lately. Maybe you didn’t. Maybe you did and just don’t care. I finally arrived in North Carolina (like NC doesn’t have enough science bloggers) after a 3000 mile road trip that included way to many meals at Cracker Barrel and a . . . → Read More: Finally…