My name is Lirios Gisbert Emmerich, a biologist and specialist in ichthyology. I work in Alaska Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service.
I study the behavior of certain types of fish and crustaceans in Alaska. The mission of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center is the generation of scientific information and analysis necessary for the conservation, management and utilization of marine resources in the region to live.
I do not dance ;)
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)