This month’s Tide Bite outlines Adam Summers’ quest to scan every species of fish in the world here at FHL in the new Karel F. Liem Bio-Imaging Center. Adam gives an overview about the Center, then two students describe their research and how it was advanced by a trip to FHL to scan their fish species.Read More
Here is an opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students:
Apply to take the 2017 Misaki Marine Biological Station Open Practical Course –Biology of Marine Animals – Fertilization, Development and Regeneration
Applications due February 3 for the course from Feb.
Adam P. Summers describes his “fish burrito” that has greatly increased the number of fish that can be scanned at once. Beautiful images of fish!Read More at kcts9.org
Happy New Year!!
Our 2017 New Year’s Tide Bite is written by a scientific illustrator, Andrea Dingeldein, who did her internship at FHL in the summer of 2016. Read about how scientific illustrators can be critical to scientific communication, and enjoy her creative drawing of three sea urchin species on the 2017 FHL Bulletin cover, which you should have received in the mail in mid-December.
Shawn Luttrell was on King 5 News on Wednesday night!
Video link here.
The story was in UW Today, and later picked up by the Huffington Post, The Daily Mail and others.
This coming weekend is the annual Science & Poetry Workshop– a general symposium of like-and-various-minded souls who’ll gather for presentations, readings, impromptu convivialities, field excursions, and maybe an occasional trickle of wine, just to earn the symposial rubric?Read more »
Our seminar this week is “The initiation and evolution of fault zones in basalt” by Dr. Juliet Crider who is visiting FHL from UW Earth and Space Sciences.
She will arrive around 11:00AM and will eat lunch in the dining hall with the FHL graduate students.
FHL Seminar – Wednesday, October 26
4:00 – 5:00 p.m. in the Commons
Our seminar speaker this week is Chelsea Wood. Chelsea is a newly hired Assistant Professor in SAFS in the College of the Environment at UW and we are looking forward to meeting her and hearing about her research on Wednesday.