Author Archives: Paul Hurtado
That’s the question posed over at Dynamic Ecology, and at Ever on and on which is where this whole thing got started. Definitely hop on over to these posts, share your thoughts, and give the comments a read! So what … Continue reading
A friend of mine recently posted the following comment on everyone’s favorite social media site during an afternoon spent with E. O. Wilson “Don’t worry yourself over brilliance or mathematics. You need neither to be a good scientist.” — E. … Continue reading
What’s the best way to start the annual SACNAS National Conference? With a little math, of course! That is, math sponsored by the Math Institutes (you know who they are, right?). This has been the trend in recent years, and … Continue reading
If you’ve known me over the past few years, you may recall that I used to do a bit of blogging but have taken a break for a while for various reasons, most of them related to work and this … Continue reading
Just a little place on the web where I can blog about science (mostly biology), mathematics (mostly the useful and/or mind-bending kind). You might also be interested in checking out my Birding & Nature Blog.