Micro Life Zone
Asked by jh01 to Brad, Chris, Goli, Herbert, Kate on 18 May 2012.
Keywords: career, interest, travel, work
I grew up in California, US. I then went to University in Indiana in the US. I taught for a while in Jinja, Uganda. I then lived and worked in La, Serena Chile and afterwards Heidelberg, Germany. I now live in Canberra and split time in Boston, Massachussetts, US.
I’ve gotten to travel a lot because of Astronomy (usually to Hawaii and Chile). This year alone I’ll be in Singapore, Thailand, China, US, Germany, and Chile. In the past, I’ve also been to France, Switzerland, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, Argentina, Peru, Kenya, Tanzania, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Canada, and Mexico. I think that is it 🙂
I grew up in Adelaide, then lived in Washington DC after university and now live in Melbourne. I travelled quite a lot around the USA, and have also been to Canada and New Zealand. Asia, Africa, South America and Europe are still on my to-get-to list.
I was born in Santa Barbara, California (USA) but grew up in Taiwan for 6 years then moved to Australia (Brisbane 10 years, Sydney 13 years). During my research work, I have been to the countryside of Australia (Yanco/Leeton/Griffith) where rice is grown. One of the conferences I have been to was in Japan. I have also been to Germany to evaluate this analytical equipment my lab was considering to buy. Been in the UK for interview for a pharmaceutical company which I later turned down their offer. For personal travel, I have been to Canada, Samoa, Singapore and Hong Kong.
I am now based in the US and traveled around the US for conference or work.
I grew up in California and did uni and grad school there. Then spent a year in Boston and then 5 years in Washington DC. For work I’ve travelled all over the US (San Diego, Chicago, Orlando, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Seattle, etc). I have also travelled to Singapore and here to Oz for work. For fun I’ve been all over Europe, as well as Thailand, NZ, etc.
I grew up in Sydney, worked for a while in Darwin and then went to Uni in Perth where I still live. I have worked in London, France, Sweden and the USA. I’ve also toured around a lot with conferences, so I’ve also been to Russia, Poland, Scotland and Ireland as well as all over Australia and New Zealand. for holidays I’ve pretty much covered Europe and the USA and the Middle East but I gave not been to Asia with the exception of northern China. I’d like to see Asia and especially more of China. In Europe I’ve spent the most time in Italy. I really love Italy and my Italian skills are getting better. One good thing about being a scientist is you do get to travel and because in palaeontology you are often doing field work you can see parts of the country that tourists don’t often get to and also experience a bit more of the daily life.
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