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Cyclops submersible visit!

We are hosting a submersible!  OceanGate Inc.‘s Cyclops 1 is coming to conduct research here in the Salish Sea for a week.  This project is a partnership between UW FHL in the College of the Environment, The SeaDoc Society on Orcas Island, and the OceanGate Foundation in Everett.  

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Jazz at the Labs, June 30

Join us Saturday, June 30th, 6 – 9:30 pm for our 18th annual Jazz at the Labs.  All proceeds from Jazz at the Labs benefit the Friday Harbor Laboratories K-12 Science Outreach Program in the San Juan Island Elementary, Middle, and High Schools and the Spring Street International School. 

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FHL Open House – May 12, 2018

Please join us on San Juan Island to explore UW’s internationally acclaimed marine labs.

Once a year we open our doors and encourage folks to come see what we’re doing!  As you find your way across our beautiful FHL campus, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at our facilities and learn about the research being done here.  

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Upcoming Summer 2017 Events at FHL

Paul Illg Distinguished Lectureship
Dr. Lauren Mullineaux, a biological oceanographer, Senior Scientist and Chair of the Biology Department at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, will present two lectures.

Public lecture: Monday June 26, 7pm San Juan Community Theater, “Are deep-sea hydrothermal vent communities resilient to disturbance?”
Scientific lecture: Wednesday June 28, 7pm FHL Commons, “Larval behavior in response to cues in a dynamic ocean.”

Koz Fest
Please join us for a memorial celebration of Gene Kozloff at FHL on Saturday July 29, 3pm-6. 

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50th Anniversary NWDBC at FHL

This week we have the 50th Anniversary of the Northwest Developmental Biology Conference at FHL.  The regional conference was started in 1967, by Arthur Whiteley, a UW Biology Professor,  continued for nearly 30 years by Lynn Riddifiord (UW Biology) with a Developmental Biology Training Grant from NIH, and has been continued by the Seattle Developmental Biology Group since then. 

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