by Cass Nieman (Duke CEM student) As part of our student scientists program, we are trying to provide a fun “Science Saturday” once a month for high school students interested in STEM. These activities can range from shadowing a graduate Continue reading Student Scientist Saturday!
Written by: Cass Nieman — CEM student at the Duke Marine lab What’s better than going out into the ocean and finding sea creatures? Having them brought to you after a long day of school! Well maybe not better, but Continue reading Touch Tank Time!
by: Cass Nieman (Duke CEM student) Fourth-graders at St. Egbert Catholic School are finishing up the DUML Community Science Initiative’s first year-long program on marine debris. Throughout the school year, these students have participated in various activities, incorporating math, art, Continue reading Marine Debris Masterpiece
Written by: Cass Nieman — MEM student at Duke Marine Lab The presence of microplastics in marine environments is a growing problem as the production of plastic is continually increasing, and much of what is manufactured breaks down––or is already Continue reading Do Anemones Eat Microplastics?