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media coverage

Scientific American "60-second science" interview (17 Jan 2020)

Remora-inspired suction disk mimics fish's adhesion ability, offers evolutionary insight (AAAS EurekaAlert, 3 Sep 2019)

Dr. Flammang on National Geographic's When Sharks Attack (season 5, episode 5)

"You're the Expert" guest (Sep 2018)

Early Career Researcher profile of Dr. Flammang in the Journal of Experimental Biology (10 Jan 2018)

As It Happens interview with Carol Off (CBC Radio; 30 Mar 2016)

BBC Radio 5 Live interview (25 Mar 2016)

Scientists discover the secret to a cavefish's weird, waddling walk (Wired; 24 Mar 2016)

Researchers find fish that walks the way land vertebrates do (Carl Zimmer, New York Times; 24 Mar2016)

Here is a fish with a pelvis that walks up walls (Gizmodo; 24 Mar 2016)

One-on-One with Steve Adubato interview with Dr. Flammang (9 Jul 2015)

Why does the remora suck? (NJIT; 20 Feb 2015)

Remoras don't suck: Their iconic clinch is far more complex (Science Daily; 12 Feb 2015)

The Best Shark Biologists and Conservationists to Follow (Scientific American; 8 Aug 2014)

Fish feel their way around obstacles (ScienceNOW; 24 Jul 2013)

Touch and feel: fins' role in navigation (Inside JEB; 24 Jul 2013)

Dan Rather Reports interview (5 March 2013)

Shark tails (Science podcast; 2 Dec 2011)

"Daily Planet" interview (Discovery Channel; 30 Nov 2011)

How sharks go fast (ScienceNOW; 29 Nov 2011)

How fish swim (Harvard Gazette; 20 Apr 2011)