I have been fortunate in my ~15 years in research to have received funding from a number of entities in both the public (e.g., National Science Foundation of the United States) and private (e.g., Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation) sectors. Working at remote field sites is inherently expensive, as is molecular biology (though prices are thankfully plummeting by the day), and none of this work would have been possible without these generous contributions. Thanks also to the Taiwanese Bureau of Tourism for funding my recent trips to Taiwan; I will always be your biggest promoter while away from my beloved Taiwan. Thanks also to Microsoft for funding my current work on modeling coral behavior (physiologically speaking) with molecular biology and advanced predictive analytics (artificial intelligence).