Striking a Balance

Off to Africa!

This afternoon I’m hopping on a flight to Gabon, a small country on the west coast of Africa.     […]

A little something for your (very) quirky valentine

Looking for something other than trite chocolates and roses for your valentine this Friday? SEZARC thinks you should get some […]

If you’ve ever visited an aquarium, this blood might be on your hands too

If you’ve ever visited an aquarium, this blood might be on your hands too

Lately I’ve been seeing red everywhere. Bloody, red, water. Taiji, the small Japanese town made infamous by the Academy Award […]

The White House Needs to Work on Science Communication

The White House Needs to Work on Science Communication

Unfortunately last week’s cold snap spawned idiocy galore. Apparently a few days of cold weather means that climate change is […]

Giving Differently

Giving Differently

As soon as classes end, I start reading again. Since hitting submit on my last paper I’ve caught up with […]

Take some time for the little things

A few weeks ago I chatted with a new diver about exciting underwater wildlife. As usual he mostly cared about […]

Community Conservation isn’t an Oxymoron

Taking full advantage of Duke’s central location I’ve spent the last week buzzing around from Asheville to DC. Now the […]

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