Marine Science Fridays

Dive into Ocean Science for a Better World® with talks from FAU Harbor Branch graduate students!

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Lectures are held at the Ocean Discovery Visitors Center on Fridays from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Admission is free, however space is limited to 30 guests. Please call 772-242-2293 to reserve a spot  

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February 2, 2018:  "Oh The Places They Go: Spotted Eagle Ray Movement Throughout Florida" -- Breanna DeGroot (Biological Sciences M.S. Program)

February 9, 2018:  “Zombie Flesh Eating Bacteria: Understanding Vibrio vulnificus” --  Brandon McHenry (Biological Sciences M.S. Program)

February 16, 2018: "Bonefish, Sex, and Everything in Between: Understanding Wild Bonefish Spawning"-- Cameron Luck (Biological Sciences M.S. Program)

February  23, 2018: “Raising Bonefish in Captivity: Protecting an Important Sportfish” -- Bob Halstead (Environmental Science M.S Program)

March 2, 2018: “Connected Corals: Population Genetics on the Belize Barrier Reef” -- Ryan Eckert (Biological Sciences M.S. Program)

March 9, 2018:  "Marine Natural Products as Cancer Therapies: Screening for Survivin Inhibitors" -- Kirstie Tandberg (Integrative Biology Ph.D. Program)