In the Becker Lab, we have been very lucky to have two great scientists who have been with us for many years. But if I’m doing my job right, they eventually move on to bigger things. So with great pride,
In case you missed it, Megan gave a great presentation at #shellfish70, the 70th annual Shellfish Conference and Tradeshow sponsored by teh Pacific Shellfish Growers Association. Her whole talk was broadcast on Periscope, so you can see the whole thing here: https://www.periscope.tv/acid_safs/1jMJgAVDqgAKL. Great
When I was in graduate school in San Diego, I joined my fellow oceanographers-in-training to an ocean-themed art show. It mostly featured large-scale photographs of seascapes, taken from a similar angle on shore, focused on waves and horizons. We all
Hello World! After a busy quarter, we are getting back into the blogging habit. Some highlights of the past quarter or so: The #BeckerLab (Megan, Michelle, Axton, and Brenda) did a great job presenting our work at the Salish Sea
I am seeking 1-3 @uwtacoma students for a unique opportunity to work on a marine-biology themed exhibit at the Museum of Glass. The upcoming exhibit is called “Into the Deep” and features glass work of some of our favorite marine invertebrates.
Today our own Emily Thomsen, Wilson High School junior who has been volunteering in the #beckerlab is presenting her poster at the South Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair at Pacific Lutheran University. We’re confident she will impress the judges!
With huge praise for Cody Char, our amazing video guy at UW Tacoma. A short video about our work in the Becker Lab at UW Tacoma.
It’s been a busy winter in the Becker Lab, and our posting habit fell off a little. We’re gearing up for a more public spring. But I wanted to jump on to do a little shameless self-promotion. I am very
I will be giving a public talk as part of the Pacific Science Center’s Science Café series. This series seeks to bring scientists and public together in casual settings to talk about topics of interest. I’d love to see you there! Tacoma
This month we say goodbye to part of the Becker Lab. It seems like yesterday when I posted about their arrival! Now that spring quarter is over, the students taking the ten-week research experience class have finished their projects and