Fabia Ursula Battistuzzi
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At 8:49am on April 10, 2018, Patrick said…

Hello Doctor Battistuzzi, I am a lay person in all this, but not too long ago I had a hypothesis I proposed to several organizations and individuals and it seems I inspired some dude's doctoral work on the matter and I'd really like to discuss this concept with you, since it seems to be your area of expertise.  I wish I could have sent you this information in my friend's request ... but, this will suffice.  According to a marine biologist friend of mine, the concept is cogent beyond mathematics, but it would likely take someone with your background to start setting up experiments.  If you are interested, please feel free to message me.

Thank you for your time.

At 11:09am on April 10, 2013, Emilie Halladay-Williams said…

We are excited as well!  Ellie, Sara and Haleigh have been busily looking at the news and discussing science issues with one another. It will be educational to see what they come up with as their areas of interest and study.  We appreciate your time and willingness to embark on this journey.  

At 9:13am on April 30, 2012,
Sanjoy Som

me too! let us know how to help!

At 3:15pm on April 28, 2012,
Sara Imari Walker

Yay! Welcome Fabia!! So excited about the plans for doing the journal club through S.A.G.A.N.!!!



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