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Tim Goldsmith taught biology at Yale University for over 40 years. During his last decade of teaching he brought biology to students whose primary interests lay in the humanities and social sciences. He has also been involved with reform of science education: chairing a national study of science teaching and learning in K-12 in the complex environment of public schools, and serving on the Board of The Biological Sciences Curriculum Study, a nonprofit that develops innovative curricula and improved teaching methods. He and his wife Mary Helen live in Northford, CT and summer on Quissett harbor in Falmouth on Cape Cod.
Julia S. Child is a biological illustrator and natural history artist. She works in pen and ink, colored pencil, half-tone techniques, and watercolor wash, and her work has appeared in more than a dozen books and numerous scientific journals and textbooks. She lives with her husband Frank in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, where she teaches popular classes in drawing plants and animals to students of all ages.
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