My 3D printed fossil collection that I am creating is not only for my own research and study, but to even more importantly use to help educate you, and any, or everyone else interested.
Stay tuned for our close-up look at the skills and get an introduction to them, and their species. Having a few technical difficulties in getting our first one done, but we are working on it!
But anyway I digress, I have great news!
In the next few weeks, thanks to Prof. Jeremy DeSilva, (Author of First Steps and Editor of A Most Interesting Problem) who has pretty been much solely responsible for the majority of my 3D printed fossil collection, as a very generous and gracious donation to my cause, he is even going to DOUBLE the size of my current collection, even adding some post-cranial bones for comparison! He truly believes in what we are doing here, and I hope to show him proud!
There is so much we have planned and are excited about! We are going to be starting various new video series, announce collaborative work with some major Global organizations, continue interviewing any and all interested scientists, from students like myself to Masters of the field.
We are going to introduce contests soon to win some awesome prizes, and most of all, we are going to teach!
We are going to help people learn, learn their origins which is just so critical.
And it is all thanks to the people who support us, myself, and science in general. While we are no official organization, we do accept any size range of financial gifts to help pay for equipment, website costs, and if allowed, who knows! The future is, as I have been told by some very *special* people, “limitless”! If there is anything else that you think would help me along as a #Science #Communicator, we would sure appreciate your help in getting it!
I started small, years ago, but look how we have grown! 500,000 visitors a week on our Facebook Page!
So, thank you, thank you all!
A MASSIVE shout-out to Dr. DeSilva for his most generous, and continuous support, encouragement, and dare I say, mentorship.
Check out my talk with Jeremy here: