The Piscataqua Science Cafe series runs during the winter at the Portsmouth Brewery in downtown Portsmouth. Each night brings in experts from a variety of environmental topics together for a discussion about current science topics. SML executive director Jennifer Seavey, Tern Conservation Program Manager Liz Craig, and 2018 Scientist-in-Residence Fellow Gemma Clucas will share their expertise on seabirds during the February Science Cafe!
The Piscataqua Science Cafe series runs during the winter at the Portsmouth Brewery in downtown Portsmouth. Each night brings in experts from a variety of environmental topics together for a discussion about current science topics. SML faculty Nadine Lysiak and Andrea Bogomolni (faculty for Marine Mammal Biology and mentors for the Marine Mammal Biology Internship) will share their expertise on the seal populations during the January Science Cafe!
Thank you for a wonderful 2018 weekend! 2019's dates will be posted here when available.
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Rock, Paper, Water:
Writing in the Space between Land and Sea
The best of everything Shoals has to offer! An adult program geared towards science exploration in three subject areas: ornithology, marine mammals, and the ocean ecosystem as a whole. This is the perfect program for adults who have never been to the Isles of Shoals, and for those who want to return to their island ecology roots!
An amazing opportunity for New Hampshire's middle and high school science teachers! Participate in an intensive week-long marine science workshop at the Shoals Marine Laboratory on Appledore Island, Isles of Shoals, Maine.
Here's what teachers in previous Marine Science for Teachers Workshops had to say:
"This was the most rewarding experience in all the teacher training experiences I have had."