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Discovering the Fascinating Marine World of the Aegean

Discovering the Fascinating Marine World of the Aegean Saturday, May 29th, 11:00am ET The Consulate General of Greece in Boston, in collaboration with the Institute of Eastern Mediterranean Studies at Emmanuel College, has organized an online…
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Alex Miller (EECS & Physics '21) wins Dean A. Horn Award for Undergraduate Study in Marine Research

MIT Sea Grant announces the winner of the 2021 Dean A. Horn Award for Undergraduate Study in Marine Research. This year’s award goes to Alex Miller, a double major in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Physics, for his work…
Graphic with a map of the U.S. Northeast, a wave, and three icons representing renewable energy, a fishing boat, and a community network. The text reads, "Ocean Renewable Energies; Advancing research for the co-existence of fishing and coastal communities; $1M+ competitive funding opportunity with unique partnership:" with logos for the Department of Energy EERE Office, Northeast Sea Grant, and NOAA Fisheries.
Sailboats on a dock at the MIT Sailing Pavilion with the Boston skyline in the background with the Charles River
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MIT Sea Grant is accepting nominations for the Dean A. Horn Award for Undergraduate Study in Marine Research through May 1, 2021

MIT Sea Grant is accepting student nominations from MIT faculty through May 1, 2021. The Dean A. Horn Award for Undergraduate Study in Marine Research recognizes MIT students with marine-related projects that exemplify Dean Horn’s…
Graphic with a map of the U.S. Northeast, a wave, and three icons representing renewable energy, a fishing boat, and a community network. The text reads, "Ocean Renewable Energies; Advancing research for the co-existence of fishing and coastal communities; $1M+ competitive funding opportunity with unique partnership:" with logos for the Department of Energy EERE Office, Northeast Sea Grant, and NOAA Fisheries.
Small Boats, Big Taste Haddock Chowder label design
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MIT News | Scientists discover slimy microbes that may help keep coral reefs healthy

The bacteria scrub out nitrogen, potentially defending against certain nutrient overloads. Image: Robert Walker >> Read full article via MIT News   MIT News | Researchers at MIT and the Woods Hole Oceanographic…
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Survey: Offshore Renewable Energy Stakeholder Needs

MIT Sea Grant would like your input on offshore renewable energy stakeholder needs. We are seeking feedback for three focus areas outlined below, as well as any additional stakeholder needs you may have that pertain to offshore renewable energy. >>…