What our lab meetings look like using Zoom

A Remote Possibility

I hope this post finds you safe and healthy. ┬áHere at the Florida Museum, things have been shut down for … Continued

tumbleweed gif

Excuses, excuses

So, I realize that things have been a bit quiet around the blog of late But we’ve been busy as … Continued

another view of IZ-sters and rows of vials on tables

Happy Birthday to Us!

The museum turned 100 last year, and to celebrate we had a special exhibit containing a sampling of some of … Continued

Jim Williams, Matthew Rowe, and Jordan Holcomb organizing shells

Team Unionid

Taxonomy is a wily beast. As Fran├žois discussed in his previous post, keeping up with who is called what can … Continued

Gustav dressed as Nephrops norvegicus

Summer Activities

So what have we been doing all summer. Well…lots of things! Gustav was gone most of the summer teaching a … Continued

Adania sorting Jenna's Tuamotus collection

We’re still here!

Poor neglected blog! It’s been so long since my last post, but don’t worry, we haven’t been slacking off. Here, … Continued

Collection Improvement

A few weeks ago, we were notified that we had received a collection improvement grant from NSF (the National Science … Continued