Catch Up on the Octopus in the News
NEW!Sagarin is featured on Andrew Revkin's Dot Earth blog on the New York Times.com
Listen to Sagarin on SETI's Big Picture Science
Q&A with Sagarin: Why Octopuses Should Run Our National Security Infrastructure
The Scientist review : “Learning from the Octopus is a paean to biomimicry and a handbook on “natural security” from an unlikely, but enlightening, source.”
The Ecologist review: “Learning from the Octopus raises interesting points about the way we respond to the ever-present risk of danger… Sagarin is right that we shouldn’t be looking to find an all-encompassing security system because it will always render us vulnerable to an enemy that can learn and change its attack."
Arizona Republic: "Defense Dept. on front lines of climate-change issue"
The Guardian's Birdbooker Report: Review of Learning from the Octopus
Huffington Post: 10 Lessons You Can Learn from Nature
The Chronicle of Higher Education: An Idea with Tentacles
Stanford Magazine: Tide Pools & Terrorists
Sagarin's interview on The Kojo Nnamdi Show—Listen to the podcast
About Rafe Sagarin
Rafe Sagarin is a marine ecologist and environmental policy analyst at the University of Arizona. Among his many accolades, Sagarin is a 2011 Guggenheim Fellowship to support his work on natural security, and he was a Congressional Science Fellow in the office of U.S. Representative Hilda Solis. Sagarin has taught ecology and environmental policy at Duke University, California State University Monterey Bay, and University of California, Los Angeles. His research has appeared in Science, Nature, Foreign Policy, and other leading journals, magazines, and newspapers. He lives with his family in Tucson.
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