From the (sea) horse's mouth...

My favorite part about being a marine biologist…

My answer may surprise you, because it’s not a topic that marine biologists (or any scientists) often bring up, when they’re speaking about their job. It turns out, there much more to it than whales, dolphins, sharks, coral reefs, and even saving the world ;). To support my campaign, to share the exhilarating process and

Marine Biologists’ Perks: World Travel

Many people tell me that they want to be a field biologist (and often a marine biologist, in particular) because they love to travel the world. It is true that you can often travel, sometime extensively, as a scientist, especially if you do field work in remote places of the world, like I do. BUT,

Becoming a TED Fellow (next stop: Tanzania!)

A bit about where I’m going after our expedition in Thailand and why. You can read more about TED Fellows here: https://www.ted.com/participate/ted-fellows-program/meet-the-ted-fellows To support my campaign, to share the exhilarating process and invaluable products of science with the masses, subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… To provide even more support, please consider joining us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/sciallorg Social media: