Announcements and Events
Current / Upcoming
Woods Hole Science Stroll
When: Saturday, August 12, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Where: Water Street, Woods Hole MA
EXPLORE science on the streets of Woods Hole and get an up-close view of a working research vessel. ENGAGE with people from 20 organizations and the discoveries they are making. TAKE PART in science demos, hands-on activities, and crafts for kids. Learn more »
NOAA Fisheries Research Vessel Offers Public Tours in Boston
When: Thursday and Friday, August 10-11
Where: Harborwalk by Moakley Courthouse, Boston MA
The Northeast Fisheries Science Center's 72-foot Research Vessel Gloria Michelle will be visiting Boston on August 10 and 11, giving the public an opportunity to tour the ship and to learn more about the science it conducts in the waters off New England. Learn more »
Recent / Past
Woods Hole Diversity Initiative to Present First Ambrose Jearld Jr. Lecture
When: Thursday, July 20, 3:00 PM
Where: MBL Lillie Auditorium, Woods Hole MA
A lecture on "Inclusive Excellence in Science: Race Matters" will be given by David J. Asai, senior director of science education at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI). Learn more »
Harvard Professor to Give Public Presentation on Diversity in Woods Hole
When: Thursday, June 8, 1:00 PM
Where: MBL Lillie Auditorium, Woods Hole MA
Defining diversity, why it matters in organizations, and how you get there is the topic of a public presentation on June 8 by Dr. Robert W. Livingston of Harvard University. The presentation will take place at MBL's Lillie Auditorium at 1:00 p.m. and will be followed by a panel discussion at 2:00 p.m. on diversity in the Woods Hole science community. Learn more »
Endangered Species Day at NOAA's Woods Hole Science Aquarium
When: Saturday, May 20, 12 noon - 2 pm
Where: NOAA's Woods Hole Science Aquarium, 166 Water St, Woods Hole MA
NOAA's Woods Hole Science Aquarium will be offering a special event for the public on Saturday, May 20, in recognition of National Endangered Species Day. The event is an opportunity for people of all ages to learn about endangered and protected species and the research being conducted on some of the endangered marine species at the Woods Hole Laboratory, part of NOAA's Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC).
Endangered Species Day and Children's Days at the Maine Forest and Logging Museum
Where: Maine Forest and Logging Museum, 17 Leonards Mills Rd., Bradley, ME 04411
When: Endangered Species Day: Saturday, May 20, 10am - 4 pm
Children's Days: Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, May 24 - 26, 9am - 1pm
Organizers: NOAA Fisheries and the Maine Forest and Logging Museum
James J. Howard Lab Open House on Ocean Fun Day - Sandy Hook NJ
Live fish and sea creatures, interactive and educational games, a 32,000-gallon research aquarium, hands-on demonstrations and displays will be part of the annual Open House May 21 at the James J. Howard Marine Sciences Laboratory at Sandy Hook, NJ. Admission and parking are free.
Endangered Species Day at the Bangor Public Library - Bangor ME
Where: Bangor Public Library, 145 Harlow St., Bangor, ME 04401
When: Saturday, May 6, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.<
Organizers: NOAA Fisheries Service and Bangor Public Library
Sea Turtles in Our Backyard - Falmouth MA
The "Sea Turtles in Our Backyard" event will take place Sunday, April 9, at the Gus Canty Center in Falmouth MA from 1-3 PM.
NEFSC has partnered up with Falmouth's 300 Committee and Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, and has invited many of the Cape sea turtle organizations to participate.
Check out the flyer and stop by if you can!
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