Congratulations Andreas Hejnol for debutting as a Doktorvater (doctorfather) yesterday! It is an honor to be the first of many more to come. And thank you for being the most awesome PhD supervisor I could have ever envisioned! <3
Stumbled upon this fine depiction within past bryozoan literature: Account of an Aurora Borealis (Blackader 1827)
First day of Lightsheet Z.1 demo @Sars_Centre imaging live embryos of marine worms.
Another hunt for a historical work ended successfully at @BioDivLibrary :)
Ok, now I understand why Arduino is cool.
#OpenSPIM laser ready to be powered on #LISH2014
I visited Japan solely for the purpose of studying the Brachiopoda of the Japanese seas, and this step led to my accepting the chair of zoology in the Imperial University at Tokyo. Gradually I was drawn away from my zoological work, into archaeological investigations, by the alluring problem of the ethnic affinities of the Japanese […]
Last year I decided to experiment with DuckDuckHack, the developer platform for the search engine DuckDuckGo. The idea was to use the instant answers to find scientific articles as a quick Google Scholar shortcut. It’s feasible, in principle, but I decided to try something simpler. A plugin that uses the PLOS API to search their […]
By empowering readers and observers with transparent access to the means by which conclusions are reached, rather than assembling them in an audience to hear the Authorities deliver the catechism from on high, we are all of us becoming scientists in this way, entering into a democracy of the intellect that is already bearing spectacular […]
Connecting vs Protecting. Excellent!