Fathoms Below the C
Guest Posts / How do we science? / Scientists in Action!

Fathoms Below the C

Science job perk #4182: scuba diving at work.  In today’s adventure, guest blogger Larisa Bennett takes the plunge into scientific diving at the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences.  Read more about her semester with the Institute for the Environment’s Field Site program in her first two posts! We sleepily loaded our gear onto the R/V … Continue reading

Film Friday: Sunfish from the Sky
Oddities in the Ocean / Podcasts and Videos / Scientists in Action!

Film Friday: Sunfish from the Sky

With finals week upon us, all those affiliated with a university may be feeling a little exhausted at the moment.  If the internet has taught us anything though, it’s that there’s nothing like a fun animal video to lift your spirits/help you procrastinate.  This clip combines the improbably buoyant sunfish with a little inspiration as … Continue reading

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish…Glowing Green Fish?
Energy, News, and Climate / Oddities in the Ocean / Science

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish…Glowing Green Fish?

A few years ago, if I saw a cat with glowing green fur wandering around my yard, I’d assume that the poor animal had experienced radiation exposure that had left it eerily lit from within. After checking it for other superpowers and taking a few pictures (first things first, you know), I’d probably head online … Continue reading