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A Sea View

In biology, there has been a prevailing paradigm of marine connectivity: the ocean connects all (particularly if you have a planktonic stage). The paradigm of high marine connectivity led to misunderstandings in population biology and marine ecology, which in turn

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A Sea View

In biology, there has been a prevailing paradigm of marine connectivity: the ocean connects all (particularly if you have a planktonic stage). The paradigm of high marine connectivity led to misunderstandings in population biology and marine ecology, which in turn

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Aesthetics & Science : Identity & Composition.

We live in a gene-focused society, still fixated on singular deterministic rationales. Whether it is what ‘classifies’ someone as indigenous to a place or what the key elements are that determine a species or a local product… components are often

Aesthetics & Science : Identity & Composition.

We live in a gene-focused society, still fixated on singular deterministic rationales. Whether it is what ‘classifies’ someone as indigenous to a place or what the key elements are that determine a species or a local product… components are often

Thinking across Dichotomy

An odd conundrum…    the fact that I love diversity. In every sensory aspect: historically, culturally, environmentally etc. Scientifically it is also what I find most relevant to understanding biology (rather than searching for common laws, I always studied the

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Thinking across Dichotomy

An odd conundrum…    the fact that I love diversity. In every sensory aspect: historically, culturally, environmentally etc. Scientifically it is also what I find most relevant to understanding biology (rather than searching for common laws, I always studied the

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Citizen Science & Credibility

Citizen Science A content analysis by  Mandy Hu (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) in her internship with me looks critically at the Citizen Science movement:  An increasing number of science projects worldwide involve citizens in collecting data, with the benefit of increasing sampling

Citizen Science & Credibility

Citizen Science A content analysis by  Mandy Hu (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) in her internship with me looks critically at the Citizen Science movement:  An increasing number of science projects worldwide involve citizens in collecting data, with the benefit of increasing sampling