Harms, together with several colleagues, came together several years ago to try their hand at a solution—which resulted in the drug cocktail and delivery protocol they describe in their new study, published this month. [Nat. Geo. Link]
Applications are now being accept for the 2014 CMAST Summer Fellows Program!
CMAST Stranding Team responds to surprising stranding report – an Ocean Sunfish. Find out more!
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Harkers Island Middle School student gets up close and personal with a dolphin during a recent necropsy lab at CMAST.
OCT: The Science House at NC State annually reaches over 5,000 teachers and over 36,000 students from six offices spread across the state.
Purchase bones to help us build a Dolphin Skeleton which we will display in our lobby – choose your bone and pick your poison! “Gift bones” available.
FEATURED: CMAST researcher Tim Ellis is studying the movement and mortality of spotted seatrout in North Carolina using advanced tagging and telemetry techniques.
NOV: Oysters May Use Sound to Select a Home. Check out this exciting new study by PhD student Ashlee Lillis.
NOV: CMAST pays tribute to Joyce Taylor, “Guru of Seafood,” 1932-2013