Outside of the Lab Competing on the TV show Survivor: Daniel Barry Barry explains that he wanted to compete on Survivor because it looked fun and because it provided an opportunity to evaluate changes in cooperative and competitive behavior during the challenge.Working with Worms, Volunteering with Seals: Katjuša Brejc Every Wednesday night during the spring pupping season, Katjuša Brejc volunteers at The Marine Mammal Center near San Francisco.Science and Song: James Ferrell Jim Ferrell has been playing and writing music for years and he believes that playing in a band is important to his happiness.Going the Distance: K. Christopher Garcia Garcia, a long-distance runner, explains that running teaches him a lot of lessons about discipline, patience and persistence that can be applied to science.From Science to Art: Walter Gilbert Nobel Laureate Walter “Wally” Gilbert started purusing photography on a professional level. Since then he has had over 50 solo exhibitions around the world.Single Sisters: UCSF Students UCSF students dance their way through mitosis. Watch their catchy, fun, and biologically correct number!Song and Dance: Erich Jarvis As a promising young ballet student, Jarvis thought he would pursue a career as a dancer.Beethoven’s Cello Sonata No. 3 in A major, 1st movement: Tom Kornberg Tom Kornberg and Emanuel Ax have been friends since they were students together at Columbia College and The Juilliard School.Wildlife Photographer: Susan McConnell As a child, Susan McConnell would spend hours watching wood rats carrying out their complex social lives in a woodpile.On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen: Harold McGee McGee recounts how he moved from studying astronomy, to teaching literature and writing, to writing about the science of cooking.Finding History in Old Books: David O. Morgan David Morgan has been collecting books since he was a child. He currently focuses his collecting on early cell biology papers, particularly those describing cell division.Expeditions in Science and Mountaineering: Louis Reichardt Louis Reichardt has experienced both success and tragedy in his efforts to climb the world’s highest summits.The Way of the Hand, Foot, Heart, and Mind: Anita Sil During graduate school, Anita Sil started taekwondo as a new way to get a good workout.Squeezing Time for Art: Peter Walter Peter Walter loves the balance between the intellectual exercise of doing science and the hands-on activities of wood and metal working.