Yes, yes, I'm STILL training to be an AAUS certified science diver at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences. Read about the class/dives/adventures at the BIOS Research Blog!
(I'm running out of titles!) Continue to read about my adventures during AAUS (American Academy of Underwater Sciences) science diver training continue at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science (BIOS) on the BIOS Research Blog!
Do you know what happens when you crack an egg 111 ft underwater?
Woodie Flowers looks exactly as you’d imagine a man named Woodie Flowers to look. And before you ask: Yes. That is his real name. At 67, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Professor Emeritus wears his thinning white hair in a low ponytail and sports a thick mustache. For one of the most prominent faces of the University, Flowers has a style you could easily call “hippie intellectual.” His bright eyes smile behind his glasses and with a sense of charm and self-deprecating humor, Flowers regales story after well-rehearsed story of his modest beginnings in the small town of Jena, Louisiana.
I'm Emily Greenhalgh, a Boston-based science writer, editor, and illustrator.