Re: NANFA-L-- Suction - I know, I know...

Bruce Stallsmith (
Tue, 22 Aug 2006 00:12:00 -0400

Either what Peter says below, or, horror of horrors, actually do teaching on
some level beyond one graduate seminar once a year to support your fish
obsession. (And yes, "biotech" is the stuff of dreams and delusions of

Obligatory direct reference to native fishes: working with a student, we
have a 24" X 36" map of north Alabama showing historic flame chub collection
sites and which sites have or have not produced flame chubs during visits
over the past 15 months. It's better than biotech, it's a GIS application

--Bruce Stallsmith
school starts on Wednesday along the Tennessee
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>doing classical systematic work with a microscope and a few jars of
>ethanol doesn't really bring in any money, and would rarely get a job
>anymore at a university. But if you can mention the word biotech somehow,
>then they'll think you are wonderful.
>Peter Unmack
>Provo River, Utah
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