Jay Dimond was awarded the prestigious ARCS – Achievement Rewards for College Students – fellowship from the Seattle Chapter. A Seattle Chapter ARCS Foundation Fellowship is an opportunity to contribute to America’s scientific and economic future by supporting the best
Proud to say we are certified Green by the Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability Office. For more details about the program visit their page. Check out our cert and letter below.
Last Saturday, with amazing help of Roberts Lab undergrads Jessica Blanchette and Katie Robinson as well as Anne Baxter from NOAA’s NWFSC, I led a workshop called ‘Flex Your Mussels’ for Seattle’s Expanding Your Horizons (SEYH) conference at Seattle University.
This week began with Doug Immerman’s Thesis Defense Presentation Sablefish Sperm: The physiology of activation and the development of a cryopreservation protocol If you were not lucky enough to catch it, here is a recording. The next day, Emma Timmins-Schiffman
Thanks to all 65 supporters that funded Emma’s research devoted to save oysters from ocean acidification! Over $5000 was contributed.