@LGBTQIA+ folks, we welcome you to Duke Marine Lab! On Feb 16-17, 2017, Duke Marine Lab held a P.R.I.D.E. and Trans 101 training to educate and raise awareness about people with marginalized sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions.
Linda Behnken says, “Small-scale fishermen are tremendously strong voices for sustainable fisheries. They’re people who care about having healthy oceans and productive fisheries to pass on to the next generation…And when people from rural communities lose access, they lose a way of life, they lose self esteem.”
It’s a new school year! Take this chance to make some sustainability goals: commute by bike, rent that iPad from Duke, and bring your own mug to coffee hour. See below for more tips and resources on how to “green” your school year!
Going into the field in a foreign country for some time? Here is a helpful list of 10 things not to forget to do before you go.
What’s the deal with IARC’s report about red meat, processed meat, and cancer risk? Read here to learn more.
Are underwater sculptures acting as artificial reefs too good to be true? This article explores the theoretical support for artificial reefs like the underwater sculpture gardens of Jason DeCaires Taylor.
I’m very confident that you will learn something new…enjoy!
You may have heard that California is in a drought, inspiring tongue-in-cheek articles like these: http://www.thewhiskeyjournal.com/nasa-finds-evidence-of-water-on-surface-of-california/ (“NASA finds evidence of water on surface of California”) and http://www.theonion.com/americanvoices/nasa-california-has-one-year-of-water-left-38224 (NASA finds that California has one year ofContinue reading