Mary Miller is a science writer, producer and director for the Exploratorium’s partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Her academic background is in marine biology and science communication and one of her roles at the Exploratorium is to help introduce the museum's audiences to research scientists and the ways in which they investigate and understand the natural world. In that capacity, she's been lucky to spend time with fascinating minds in some of the most interesting places in the world: Antarctica, Greenland, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories, aboard NOAA’s exploration ship, the Okeanos Explorer, NASA’s AMES, Goddard and Johnson Space Flight Centers, and the Exploratorium. The Exploratorium has a number of exciting projects with NOAA, spanning our fluid planet with labs across the country that focus on ocean, climate, weather and atmospheric research. You can follow along on the adventures through this blog with lots of links to the Exploratorium and NOAA websites.