Excavating can be arduous and unexciting. Brushing away little flakes of sand and watching their replacements come tumbling down from… Read more View from the Office (Part 4): Backdrop
The American Museum of Natural History, here in New York, offers many opportunities to link the public with active scientists… Read more AMNH Meet the Scientist
On this frigid Wednesday afternoon bundled up in a hoodie among angry looking taxidermied (if you want to know which… Read more View from the Office (Part 2): Hump Day
The answer is no. I understand genetics like my dog understands where I go when I leave the house everyday.… Read more Am I a geneticist?
New research has pushed back the origins for our affinity for alcohol (more accurately our ability to process larger quantities… Read more Cheers to you, furry grandpa!
My roommate oftentimes finds me with my computer perched on my lap surrounded by notebooks and textbooks alike, eyes glued… Read more The futur[ama] of technology
Much of the inspiration for me to start this blog was to help me share that which I am most… Read more The NYCEP blog is up and running! Also what is NYCEP?
A very exciting thing happened to me yesterday – I found out I’m from Africa. I know what you all… Read more OMG, Karen, you can’t just ask people why they’re white!
It is only fitting to start this series with a post about Lawrence. You know those people you meet for… Read more View from the Office (Part 1): So a giraffe walks into a campsite…