Marine Science Fridays

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

Hear from the next generation of scientists and engineers during Marine Science Fridays, a lecture series featuring graduate student research.

Lectures are held at the Ocean Discovery Visitors Center on select Fridays from 12:30 -1:30pm every other week from January 27 to April 7, 2017. Admission is FREE, however space is limited to 30 guests. Please call 772-242-2293 to reserve a spot. 

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January 27th : Jen Cutter: “A Novel Interaction: The Thin Stripe Hermit Crab Kills the Florida Crown Conch for its Shell” 

February 10th : Lauren Goldsworthy: “Who’s Who in the HBOI Channel: Results of an Eight Year Manatee Study”

 February 24th : Carlie Perricone: “Tales from a Microbial Detective: Tracking Down the Source of Pollution in the St. Lucie Estuary and Indian River Lagoon”

 March 10th : David Bradshaw: “It’s a Microbial World, We Just Live in it”

 March 24th : Chelsea Bennice: “Underwater Neighbors: The Ecology of Two Octopus Species at the Blue Heron Bridge, Florida”

 April 7th : Sarah Huff: ”Mangroves and the Unwelcome House Guest”

You bring your lunch, we serve up the science!

For questions, call 772-242-2293.

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