PCRG In Spring of 2021, the Becker Lab joined forces with the Pacific Northwest Crab Research Group (otherwise known as PCRG). PCRG’s mission is to promote and support a sustainable Dungeness crab population in the Pacific Northwest. They have modeled
In the Becker Lab, we have been very lucky to have two great scientists who have been with us for many years. But if I’m doing my job right, they eventually move on to bigger things. So with great pride,
Welcome! Hello everyone! My name is Katie Zentner, and I’m an undergraduate pursuing my degree in Environmental Science with a focus on Biology at the University of Washington Tacoma. In winter quarter of 2016 I became an undergraduate research lab
I am seeking 1-3 @uwtacoma students for a unique opportunity to work on a marine-biology themed exhibit at the Museum of Glass. The upcoming exhibit is called “Into the Deep” and features glass work of some of our favorite marine invertebrates.
Today our own Emily Thomsen, Wilson High School junior who has been volunteering in the #beckerlab is presenting her poster at the South Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair at Pacific Lutheran University. We’re confident she will impress the judges!
With huge praise for Cody Char, our amazing video guy at UW Tacoma. A short video about our work in the Becker Lab at UW Tacoma.
This month we say goodbye to part of the Becker Lab. It seems like yesterday when I posted about their arrival! Now that spring quarter is over, the students taking the ten-week research experience class have finished their projects and
This sponge has suddenly shown up in Dyes Inlet (near Bremerton, WA). Tideland owners noticed it in small numbers last year, but this year it is really proliferating. It seems to prefer attaching to hard structures, including the restored Olympia