About Me

Hello, I'm Gabe Miller. Welcome to my portfolio page for the Harvard section of the MIT course How to Make (Almost) Anything.

I am interested in how things we make— our human technologies— can positively impact the natural world.

I am currently a Research Associate at Harvard and Director of Research and Development at San Diego Zoo Global (which encompasses the San Diego Zoo, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, and the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research). Our shared mission is to save species worldwide by uniting our expertise in animal care and conservation science with our dedication to inspiring passion for nature.

My role is to create technologies that lead to greater empathy with and understanding of other life on earth. Ultimately, we aim to continue rescuing species from the brink of extinction. Please see our Tech to Reconnect website for more information.

My background is in the natural sciences (primarily in biology, chemistry, neuroscience, ecology, and physiology).

I plan to explore projects concerning interspecies empathy, sensory remapping, animal tracking/behavioral quantification, and reduction/elimination of illegal poaching and wildlife trafficking.

Would you like to collaborate? Please contact me.

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