News Around the Lab
We are pleased to announce the 2015 recipients of the FSUCML Graduate Scholarship Awards. This scholarship funds students who are conducting research at the laboratory. Kudos to all six of the students and many thanks to the FSUCML Board of Trustees for making this happen.
Normalized relations with Cuba could lead to clues to protecting our coral reefs. Through open collaboration with Cuban scientists and study of their healthy reefs, researchers could find answers to these questions and make strides in restoring marine habitats closer to home.
If you haven't already seen it, check out the new FSUCML weather station! The station encourages Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) learning among students of all ages.
The Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve is hosting a marvelous display that highlights the ongoing research conducted by FSUCML faculty and graduate students.
We continually make improvements to the FSUCML facilities to support our mission and always with an eye toward reducing our ecological footprint, while enhancing safety. Learn about some of the most recent advancements
Dr. Sandra Brooke has an exciting opportunity to collaborate on a proposal in the southern-central Pacific Ocean, which would generate baseline data for assessing impacts of deep-sea hydrothermal vent mining.
Dr. Dean Grubbs, Dr. Chip Cotton, and crew recently returned from a 10-day Deep-C fish ecology cruise in the Gulf of Mexico, where they caught their third specimen (since 2012) of a skate believed to be a new species.