Even since I was a young boy, I always found myself fascinated by how things work. I took apart every pen I could get my hands on in grade school, then moved to robots in high school, competing and placing in competitions that included autonomous robots, basketball robots (from Lego pieces) and even a small robot to help with laundry clotheslines. But throughout all my tinkering and experiences, nothing kept me occupied like searching for animals, especially in the water. That drive and passion led me to Marine Science, and while the going gets tough, I enjoy the results and practices more and more as time in the lab increases and my time in front of the TV dwindles (can't say that for the computer though.....good old Microsoft office).
It was by pure chance that I happened to find experiment.com, but I must say that it has become quite the opportunity, as I have launched my first project.
In the future I wish to attend graduate school and pursue a doctorate degree, but most of all I want to be able to help the critters of unique environments survive and thrive for future generations.
Thank you for reading a little about me, and I hope that you will help support my research, because it isn't just for me, but its for all of us to protect and help support the world around us!