Some ‘un-conventional’ funding
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Some ‘un-conventional’ funding

Funding. The single most dreaded word for any aspiring scientist and one that conjures up a nightmare of thoughts, tangents, and spontaneous sweating. But, it’s something we have to deal with, we have to talk about, and we have to find. Fellow UNdertheC writer, Justin, has complied a great post about Where to find funding … Continue reading

Megan’s Field Work Musings
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Megan’s Field Work Musings

Oceanographic field work has to take place in – you guessed it – the ocean. Most of the time, I sit at my computer and play with Matlab scripts and gigantic stores of data, but every so often one of my fellow Seim lab graduate students (and researcher at the Coastal Studies Institute) Mike Muglia … Continue reading

Do corals have the genetic ammunition for climate change?
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Do corals have the genetic ammunition for climate change?

Guest post by Sarah W. Davies Ph.D. In 2012 I spent a month on Orpheus Island on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) in Australia. It was here that my Ph.D. advisor Mikhail V. Matz, Line Bay from the Australian Institute of Marine Sciences (AIMS), and myself embarked on a research project that would end up … Continue reading