About

By training Emily Finke is  a forensic anthropologist and informal science educator. She has a passion for teaching everything from entomophagy to exoplanets. She is happiest when she is in a creek, teaching 10 year olds how to catch crayfish and look for tardigrades, or in the desert, surrounded by dinosaur skeletons. (No, anthropologists don’t study dinosaurs, but anthropologists who also have a degree in geology and who work for museum or environmental education departments do.)

When she isn’t talking about science professionally, she is… well, still talking about science.  She is also a contributor to Mad Art Lab.

She can also be found on Twitter as @seelix and on Google+ at gplus.to/efinke When not online, she’s probably at the pub gleefully talking to strangers about penguins not living on the North Pole.

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