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July 9: Join the Charles River Conservancy and MIT Sea Grant for a Floating Wetland LEAP Lab

LEAP Lab: Floating Wetlands *MAY 7 DATE IS POSTPONED* New date coming soon! 11:00 AM 12:30 PM Kendall/MIT Open Space 292 Main Street, Cambridge, MA, 02142 (map) Registration recommended! Click here to register Celebrating the Charles…
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Announcing: STREAM Grants — Solutions Through Research, Education, and Art in Massachusetts

MIT Sea Grant is excited to announce a new grants program open to a diversity of Massachusetts applicants. STREAM Grants — Solutions Through Research, Education, and Art in Massachusetts — will support 1-year projects <$10,000. STREAM…
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Visualizing a Resilient Coast: A Photographic Presentation with Visiting Artist Keith Ellenbogen

On Thursday, November 18, MIT Sea Grant hosted a coastal resilience presentation with our Visiting Artist Keith Ellenbogen in Hockfield Court, open to the MIT Community. >>View on the MIT Events Calendar Kickoff was at 5:30pm with an…
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Protecting Our Seagrass Habitat - Participatory Public Art & Talk

October 16 & 17, 2021 (View event page for schedule) 5 Necco Street, Boston, MA Nedret Andre, Protecting Our Seagrass Habitat Boston, Fort Point Channel Arts Community is pleased to announce “Protecting our Seagrass Habitat” a…
A rendering of the Charles River Floating Wetland depicting kayakers and birds by the wetland.
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9/24: Koch Institute 2020 Visions Webinar with MIT Sea Grant Visiting Artist Keith Ellenbogen

A virtual celebration of 2020 Visions, the 10th annual Image Awards exhibition now on display in the Koch Institute Public Galleries REGISTER HERE Join the Koch Institute for a "lunch & learn" webinar including a…
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Lion’s Mane Jellyfish Showing Up At Massachusetts Beaches

MIT Sea Grant Visiting Artist Keith Ellenbogen captured images of lion's mane jellyfish appearing in our local waters. Read the article | CBS Boston This work is part of Keith's Space to Sea project, documenting marine life within Stellwagen…
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MIT Museum Imaging Science Panel with MIT Sea Grant Visiting Artist Keith Ellenbogen and Felice Frankel

Photo by Keith Ellenbogen, MIT Sea Grant Visiting Scientist   >>Click here to watch the recording On Saturday, June 6, 2020, MIT Sea Grant Visiting Artist Keith Ellenbogen joined Felice Frankel, award-winning science…
Two circular wall displays of microorganisms, one with three dinoflagellates, on display, winners of 2020 Koch Institute Image Awards
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MIT Sea Grant Visiting Artist Keith Ellenbogen & Koch Institute Image Awards

Ocean Plankton: Generating the Oxygen We Breathe | Keith Ellenbogen (MIT Sea Grant Visiting Artist and Photographer), Tom Consi (Scientist) Dinoflagellates are a large diverse group of single-celled algae that are of immense importance…
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Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Condition Report and Management Plan Review

Since 1992, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary has protected a complex, biologically diverse region within the Gulf of Maine that supports many human communities. The 842-square-mile sanctuary encompasses important feeding grounds…