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February 2018 Tide Bites

Happy  February 1 to all!
We are still enjoying the fact that last Thursday, January 25, FHL Associate Director for Academics and the Environment, Professor Megan Dethier was honored with the 2018 Conservation Research Award from the Seattle Aquarium at the Chairman’s Dinner. 

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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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December 2017 Tide Bites

Dear FHL friends and supporters,
Happy Holidays!  I hope that you enjoyed the long Thanksgiving weekend.  We have so much to be thankful here at  Friday Harbor Laboratories!  It has been a difficult year in so many ways in our country, but here at FHL, the UW College of the Environment and the University of Washington, we continue to strive for excellence, diversity, equity and inclusion.  

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October 2017 Tide Bites

Director’s Message:
It’s October 1st and our FHL Autumn Marine Biology Quarter and Pelagic Ecosystem Function Apprenticeship are off to fine starts! We’re happy to also be hosting the Three Seas undergraduate students at FHL for diving, molecular work, research, and learning about the unique environment here on San Juan Island. 

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July 2017 Tide Bites

This month’s Tide Bites features Sasha Seroy, a graduate student in the Oceanography Department at the University of Washington, advised by Dr. Daniel Grünbaum.
“Understanding the Effects of Ocean Acidification on Predator-Prey Interactions”
by Sasha Seroy 

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Summer 2017 FHL Seminar Series begins today

We start the FHL Seminar Series for the summer with:
John Wares, University of Georgia
“RNA expression and disease tolerance are associated with a “keystone mutation” in the ochre sea star Pisaster ochraceus”
William Kem, University of Florida
“Paranemertes Toxin as a Template for Designing New Drugs?”
Join us every Wenesday at 7:00 pm in the Commons. 

Summer 2017 FHL Seminar Series
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