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Bucking conventional wisdom, researchers find Black Sea Bass tougher than expected. Includes video!
Applications are now being accept for the 2014 CMAST Summer Fellows Program!
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]
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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