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Smooth Sailing

Sarah spends the last month of summer researching aquaculture, but slips away for a weekend of sailing. Read More »

Why Lake Trout Don’t Need a Calendar

Melissa explains how fish know when to mate, and shares her advice for aspiring researchers as a wizened almost-Master of Science. Read More »

Denmark My Words

Sarah explores Danish science careers and - are you herring this?? - snacks on a Dutch pickled delicacy. Read More »

Humpback Whales: What’s a Heat Run?

Normally-peaceful leviathans further their species in a massive fight for mating rights - find out why! Read More »

World Oceans Day Video Contest Winners

Meet the winners of our World Ocean Day Contest and hear what inspired them! Read More »

Behind Anemone Lines

Sarah’s studies take her to Corsica, fulfilling (for once!) the romantic marine biology stereotype of clear blue water. Read More »

Weekly Dive Vol. 81

From singing whales to plastic art, read what's happening in our oceans! Read More »

Lessons from the Pond

This is my last summer as an MSc Candidate in Canada, and I plan to make the most of it! (When I'm not writing my thesis, that is....) Read More »

Weekly Dive Vol. 80

A Fish First, Dolphin Friends, Arctic Sea Ice and much more! The Weekly Dive, for your ocean news! Read More »

Ocean Heroes: The Ocean Cleanup

20 year-old inventor Boyan Slat and his organization, The Ocean Cleanup, are dedicated to removing plastic from the Ocean's Gyres. Read More »

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