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The nuts and bolts of algae

May 24, 2017 by

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Author: Dr. Jessica F. Muhlin, Associate Professor of Marine Biology, The Corning School of Ocean Studies, Maine Maritime Academy Thank you for giving me an opportunity to gush about my favorite organisms on the planet- THE ALGAE! Algae are an amazingly diverse group of organisms that are central to life on Earth. The ancestral algal […]

SFW Science Radio Hour 20: IMCC Episode 3 (Birds!)

January 22, 2017 by

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Hello one and all! This week we talked mostly about birds. I love birds though not as much as Thom. I’m hoping at some point in 2017 Thom and I can go bird watching mostly so I can identify a bird of prey from its silhouette alone. Bird watching can be a great way of […]

SFW Science Radio Hour: Episode 17

October 10, 2016 by

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Author: Skylar Bayer Hello world! It’s been awhile, but I’m back to update everyone with our latest SFW Science Radio Hour podcast with Abby Norman. Abby is a writer who has been writing online for years and has recently signed on with Nation Books to write a memoir about her journey with endometriosis. I’ve been […]

Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour: Episode 13

May 23, 2016 by

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Author: Skylar Bayer ¬†World Fish Migration Day was May 21 and this is my pre-recorded podcast for it that I played yesterday (Sunday). It was challenging recording the show at home instead of in the studio for a couple of reasons. One reason was because occasionally the washing machine or the dogs ended up in […]

Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour: Episode 7

August 30, 2015 by

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Author: Skylar Bayer This week is a very special podcast — unofficial end of summer, my birthday week, and it’s hopefully spawning week for my scallops. I’ll be posting a very special spawing post for labor day weekend this week. This week I read some fan mail from a four year old in Australia, talked […]

Maine’s Ocean Acidification Report

March 15, 2015 by

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Richard Nelson is a lobster fisherman from Friendship, Maine who joined with scientists, legislators and others commissioned to study ocean acidification and its effects on commercially harvested and grown¬†species along the coast of Maine. The following are some of the thoughts he used in addressing the press and interested parties during the release of the […]

The process of science is very much like a game of roller derby

February 2, 2015 by

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Author: Skylar Bayer I am a roller derby player and I am also a scientist in the midst of obtaining her Ph.D. Something occurred to me recently: The process of getting out a scientific idea, result, theory, or manuscript out in the world is very much like roller derby. Aside from the crazy names and […]