About the people:
Connie Wall is an invertebrate biologist with an interest in physiology and biomechanics. Past research has included the study of blue mussels (M. edulis) and the compressive strength of their valves. She has participated in population studies regarding species diversity in Clinton Harbor, CT. She has a B.S. in Biology from the University of Scranton and is currently pursuing a B.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Hartford. Connie has been a Pokemon trainer since she was 5 and enjoys teaching real life Biology through Pokemon.
Orientation and Impact: The effect of Dropping on Mytilus edulis – Benthic Ecology Meetings 2015, Quebec, CA
Pokebiology 101: You know more than you think! – ConnectiCon 2016, Hartford, CT, Anime Boston 2017, Boston, MA
James has been interested in science since a very young age. He studied Chemistry at the University of Scranton where he developed an interest in the photochemistry and kinetics of metal complexes. He also volunteered at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City as a guide and an exhibit explainer. Currently James has received his Bachelors of Science and has been learning VBA for Microsoft Excel and Access. James has also been a fan of Science Fiction since he could read and is overall an extreme nerd.