Andy J, Ph.D. in Biology (neurophysiology). Currently, a research scientist for the U.S. government in neurotoxicology – pesticides, VOCs and endocrine disruptors.
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.
My name is Azul Pinochet Barros and I am majoring in biology (as well as philosophy) at Suffolk University. I have a passion for microbes and their chemical language and interactions. When I’m not in the lab I like to go on photography escapades, gear up with my wetsuit to go for a dive, and pull pranks on my sister.
Landscape oil painter, musician, poet, hiker and kayaker. BTW: Those vast white expanses of sea ice you see in photos of Antarctica - vast on the scale of the USA and Europe combined - they are alive. Full of microorganisms. Walking on sea ice is like walking on the living skin of the Southern Sea!
Erin Wonder, Raptor Biology, with a pile of sleepy American kestrel nestlings. It’s a tough job, but somebody’s gotta do it.
Chemical Biologist, nature lover, mom and teacher. The cicada in my hand is just a cicada, but he has big plans, I’m sure.
Jade Van Kley, Molecular Biology and Physiology student, Pre-Med.
Alex Stavrinides, PhD, Isothermal microwave biology, currently at Liverpool John Moores University, UK.
Doing the Liverpool Santa Dash with my 2 year old daughter and 5000 more Santa suited runners.
(Twitter - @AlexStavrinides)
PhD student in evolutionary biology, alternative history enthusiast, and much, much more.