Monthly Archives: October 2008

This is why forams rule – no, really

Ok, my third blog post.. it’s time to talk about some of what I am interested in when it comes to science, I think. Luckily, I just found this wonderful video on youtube, which I’ll use for illustration and to … Continue reading

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From the Antarctic to biofueling America – Marc Pomeroy

Marc is a quiet, unassuming kind of guy – you only realize how smart and competent he is when you get to know him and work with him. After a career in the US Antarctic Program (USAP), he now works … Continue reading

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Cam and Kinari Webb

Cam and Kinari Webb are an impressive couple. The two live in Sukadana, a ‘village’ with 12,000 inhabitants in Borneo, West Kalimantan, Indonesia, right next to Gunung Palung National Park. Cam is an ecologist with an impressive track record in … Continue reading

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