Our work was featured on CBC's The Nature of Things! We looked at the movement of Metaspriggina, a Cambrian swimmer and our earliest-known ancestor. Click here to watch the full video (only in Canada), or click here to learn more about the film. Our latest Lagrangian technique to estimate entrainment published in Exp. Fluids. Watch the transient entrainment process for an accelerating plate here on your right: https://rivallab.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/348_2017_2465_MOESM1_ESM.mp4 A collaboration with paleontology on the hydrodynamics of a Cambrian swimmer (Anomalocaris canadensis) has been published in Integrative and Comparative Biology. The Discovery Channel's Daily Planet show explores the lab's research on a unique/bizarre Cambrian swimmer. A short interview for the Pumphouse museum about da Vinci's insights into rotors and bird flight.