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11
Dec

“Where I Work” with Danielle Whittaker

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We want to know where today’s leading scientists do all of their groundbreaking work. So we asked them to send us photos of their work place. Introducing – the “Where I Work” series. We’ll find out who has a neat desk, and who needs to clean, where leading scientists stash their PhD degrees, and which scientists have the strangest and silliest artifacts sitting next to their keyboards.

Here’s what evolutionary biologist and roller derby referee Danielle Whittaker had to say about her office:

“We have beautiful offices at BEACON, and I love mine – it was the first office of my very own that I didn’t have to share, and had a door that actually closes! I keep my desk surface clear and my files organized, because otherwise I can’t concentrate. I have derby posters all over the walls, plus photos and antique drawings of animals.”
-Dr. Danielle Whittaker

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We see you up there, monkey.
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Roller Derby in the work place.
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A nice, clean desk space
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Three degrees of education

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Seandor Szeles

    Seandor Szeles is the co-editor of the Secret Life Blog. He is most interested in the human side of science and providing take-away for educators.