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Official Twitter for Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University, founded in 1892 as the first marine laboratory on the west coast of North America.
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Jamie McDevitt-Irwin May 23
Come check out the amazing ’s (free!) gallery on and in 🌏☀️🐠🌊 Tonight at 5-8 at !
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Katrina Hounchell May 23
Come by tonight from 5-8pm to see my gallery (free) showcasing how has impacted a small island community in For an optional audio component, bring your phone/headphones!
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Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions May 23
Come to today to learn about the impact of on the small island community of Kayangel, the northernmost state of Palau. graduate student presents photographs and stories of her work in Kayangel.
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Michael J. Williamson May 23
Can large protect ? New research suggests that, combined with effective enforcement, large scale MPAs can offer protection to multiple elasmobranch species with varying spatial ecology.
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Frontiers Marine Sci May 23
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UW Medicine Newsroom May 23
Free public communications webinar for scientists from Panel includes speakers from Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science , Agent Majeur , Washington Post & Hopkins Marine Station
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Betsy May 22
Realised I never posted a congrats to Dr. aka Dr. Timmy Lingcod for a great thesis defence. He also set a great example of sharing passions outside of grad work, and allowing his fellow grads to run with a bit about it.
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Betsy May 20
This is just a appreciation tweet.
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Duke Marine Lab UAS May 20
Tune to tonight & catch the amazing collaborative research we get to do w/ the Friedlaender lab (), (), , & . Honoured to work w/ such incredible people in such a remarkable place doing such important science.
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Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions May 21
How can we identify hotspots? The recent newsletter highlights coral reef mapping work done by former research associate and associate professor .
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Chris Field May 21
New paper shows direct measurement of swimming & diving kinematics of giant Atlantic bluefin , RJ Schallert, JJ Dale, SG Wilson & BA Block
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Melania Guerra May 21
Tagging is one of the most exciting things I've done in my career! So amazed & proud of friends & colleagues who do it in , tracking these sentinel species to relay info about state of the !
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Science for People-FI May 22
Dissemination of accurate scientific concepts is a challenge. How to make this easier? Join our free with on (May 29th).
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Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions May 22
Happy ! The ocean is home to the majority of life on Earth and provides essential resources like food and oxygen that we need to survive. A recent report highlights work done by on long-term ocean strategies.
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Stanford Woods Institute May 17
New research provides the first motion and kinematic data on how the giant bluefin swims.
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Isabelle M Côté May 18
Larry, my new sock monkey, is awaiting his flight to Vancouver. Thank you for an amazing day yesterday (and an awesome gift!)
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Jamie McDevitt-Irwin May 17
So excited to see here at ! Taking her behavioral ecology course at changed my life and made me fall in love with marine ecology! 😊
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Stephanie Green May 17
Look who I found at ! So wonderful to connect with mentor & inspiration before her seminar on a decade of invasive research. Never enough time, but always a great time catching up ❤️
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Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions May 17
Pompeii worms live in tubes on the seafloor near deep-ocean hydrothermal vents. They can survive with their tails in water as hot as 176ºF and their head in 50ºF water.
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Science & SciLifeLab May 17
Meet the 2018 Category Winner – Ecology and Environment: Matthew Savoca ()! Matthew completed his PhD at , studying why marine animals confuse plastic for prey. Today, he's a postdoctoral researcher at .
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