Month: September 2007


When he was eight-years-old, Dan Huber could easily respond when asked if he knew what he wanted to be when he grew up. “A second cousin of mine was attacked by a shark off of the east coast of Florida,” said Huber. “It absolutely intrigued me. Since I was eight years old, I’ve had a tremendous curiosity about sharks. This past summer, Huber flew to Australia to work with a Great White Shark specimen. Along with researches from two Australian universities, the University of New South Wales and the University of New Castle, Huber, an assistant professor of biology at UT, helped create a computer model of the shark’s cranial structure.

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