Category: Goldbogen Lab

Isolated continent to social isolation: a tale of research in Antarctica and an escape from the safest place on earth

by on May 1, 2020 3:21 pm
Traveling to Antarctica for my PhD work is an enormous privilege. The Antarctic is one of the harshest and most remote places on earth. Lots of advance preparation is needed, but the unique biological systems and special people who work there make it all worth it. I traveled to the Antarctic this year with Dave… Read more Isolated continent to social isolation: a tale of research in Antarctica and an escape from the safest place on earth

Humpback and Forth In Search of Blues

by on April 26, 2018 3:59 am
“If You Forget the Coffee, I’ll Cry” We were heading down from Hopkins Marine Station to Santa Barbara for a two-week ocean voyage to put suction cup tags on blue whales. This trip had been in the planning stage for months and required extensive collaboration between multiple professors and their students from universities around the… Read more Humpback and Forth In Search of Blues