About the authors

Katrina Catalano is a Ph. D student advised by Professor Malin Pinsky at Rutgers University. She studies the patterns of marine larval dispersal, which basically means she likes to investigate where baby fish go and why. Katrina loves outside adventures, and she likes imagining fantastic stories inspired by our natural world. In her spare time, Katrina enjoys beekeeping, yoga, reading, laughing, and lazing about on the floor with dogs.

 

 

Nora Moskowitz works at Stanford with Dr. Laruen O’Connell. Nora studies how frogs interact their environment, and how frogs evolved. Nora likes playing guitar and singing, sometimes about science. When Nora isn’t doing science or playing music, she likes making sarcastic jokes and hanging out with her lizard, a blue tongued skink named Lola.