Biologist Guilherme Longo, a professor of oceanography and limnology at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, holds a PhD in ecology from the University of Santa Catarina and completed his post-doctoral work at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States. Guilherme is spearheading a multidisciplinary project that aims to reconstruct the historical state of Brazilian corals through interviews and archival research. Utilizing current data, he plans to predict the future of these vital marine resources using mathematical models. He is also the founder of #DeOlhoNosCorais, a citizen science initiative that encourages public participation in the monitoring of Brazilian corals. Guilherme’s lifelong connection with water has been a constant source of inspiration, and he credits many of his project ideas to his time spent in the shower.