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The Hummingbird of Doom and other updates

August 19, 2016 by


By Skylar Bayer Updated on 08.20.16 [Cover photo by Melissa Orobko, my travel buddy at Gros Morne in Newfoundland for a few days. She’s really awesome and does amazing work with mathematical modeling. You should check her out on Twitter. Keep an eye out for her story from IMCC here as well.] Well, it’s been […]

Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour: Episode 11 with guest Scott Morello!

April 25, 2016 by


Author: Skylar Bayer Happy Spring! I’ve finally uploaded my interview with Scott Morello (he’s the goofy one in the middle of the featured photo, check him out on Twitter here.) We laughed, we presented and luckily we didn’t cry at the 45th annual Benthic Ecology Meeting in Portland, Maine, back in March. It was a […]

Thank You from the Bottom of My (Scallop) ‘Nads

March 7, 2013 by


Author: Skylar Bayer As may of you know, I appeared in the The Colbert Report’s special, The Enemy Within — Dr. Skylar Bayer. I stated in the clip that I’m not actually a Dr. but hope to be within the next three years (crossing fingers). For the original post where I wrote about it, click […]

The Hardest Job You’ll Ever Have… Part 1

July 5, 2012 by


Author: Amanda Arner (Above, right side) Part 1 of Amanda Arner’s teaching series. You put the key in the lock, set your lab manual on the table, and take a look around. This room, this dark, basement room with 6 lab benches, a slightly caustic odor and equipment from the 80s will be where you […]

New Facebook Page

May 10, 2012 by


            Attention, attention, attention! Item 1 — Looking for submissions! It’s May which means summer research season is starting and the semester is over for those that still have to teach/take classes. Item 2 — We now have a new Facebook page. Like us, leave us comments, connect with us. […]

The Wrap

March 8, 2012 by


            We are aiming to have this blog cover anything oceanographic, marine biology or policy based, looking for submissions mostly from grad students on anecdotal stories, commentaries on science life, cruises, fishermen meetings, teaching undergrads, being poor, job hunting, balancing life — whatever. Take a break from writing your research […]