In-depth content creation that combines research and simple explanations in one.
Technology, environmental science, conservation, emerging science, green energy, green living, health, alternative health, and historical perspectives/research.
Double major completion and obtainment of a four year degree in just three years. Jacob was included on the Deans List of academic achievement and excellence twice among only 100 other students. He also served on the student housing body committee for two semesters. Jacob graduated with a 3.33 GPA.
Using highly niche understanding, Jacob read and summarized findings from several scientific studies covering the behavior and findings of marine animal studies. Jacob also disseminated information to a large audience of scientists about new and emerging technology used for such studies.
Jacob has focused his political knowledge on shaping the national discussion on policy change regarding the critical endangerment of the North Atlantic Right Whale. Through a series of informational campaigns primarily delivered through email newsletters, Jacob spoke to over 8,000 commercial fishers across the United States. With hundreds of replies, Jacob was able to craft a coherent and practical dialogue with policy makers regarding fishing practices around endangered species.
Newsletters covering topics of emerging technology and science. This content medium was created and intended at story telling and informing large ranges of scientific audiences in order to sell emerging science technology.
Articles spanning information on new industry trends to consumer tips and more. Jacob has written articles that incorporate marketing research into select audiences with engaging and interesting content.
Jacob has researched, prepared and submitted grant proposals through the SBIR program under the US Navy and NOAA. These grant proposals include the research, development and use of emerging science and defense equipment from pop-off satellite reporting tags to underwater audio recorders for threat detection and marine mammal localization.