Huber explains that she was drawn to studying deep-sea microbes because she finds these organisms fascinating and also because she loves being part of the team of oceanographers, engineers and ship’s crew that is necessary for a successful voyage to the seafloor.
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About the Speaker
Julie Huber is an Associate Scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA. Her lab studies the microbial life found in the unique, and largely unstudied, environment of the deep seafloor. Huber has received a number of awards for her research including a L'Oreal USA Fellowship for Women in Science in 2007.
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