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Hi, I’m Bridgette Clarkston. I’m a biologist who used to study seaweed but now I study people and how they learn. I’ve been lucky enough to discover several brand new species (of seaweed, not people) including a species I named after the filmmaker Tim Burton — Euthora timburtonii. My hobbies include impersonating Lego and dancing badly. 

Hi, I’m Bridgette Clarkston. I’m a biologist who used to study seaweed but now I study people and how they learn. I’ve been lucky enough to discover several brand new species (of seaweed, not people) including a species I named after the filmmaker Tim Burton — Euthora timburtonii. My hobbies include impersonating Lego and dancing badly. 

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This Is What A Scientist Looks Like is a project developed to challenge the stereotypical perception of a scientist.