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David Gruber

New York, New York, United States
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David Gruber

New York, New York, United States
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David Gruber is a distinguished biologist, environmental expert, and educator, known for his expertise in exploring the biological and ecological mysteries of the oceans. With a PhD in Biological Oceanography from Rutgers University, an MS in Journalism from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, and an MEM in Coastal Environmental Management from Duke University, he has developed a unique set of interdisciplinary skills that allow him to communicate complex scientific concepts to a broader audience. He has held several prominent positions throughout his career, including Presidential Professor of Biology & Professor of Environmental Science at City University of New York, Innovation Ambassador at Strategic News Service, and President of Project CETI, where he was also a member of the biology team. Notably, Gruber has also been a Radcliffe Fellow at Harvard University, an Adjunct Fellow at The John B. Pierce Laboratory, Inc., a Scientist in Residence at Mystic Aquarium, and an Explorer at National Geographic. As a Research Associate in Invertebrate Biology at the American Museum of Natural History, he has identified several new bioluminescent species of marine organisms, earning him international recognition. Gruber is passionate about inspiring the next generation of scientists and has participated in numerous programs to educate and empower youth in science and conservation.

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