This year’s Fish Lecture on November 2nd was a fascinating look into Charlie Enright’s racing experience & observations on the health of our ocean planet, with help from GSO scientists.Continue reading "2023 Charles and Marie Fish Lecture: Six Months Across the Ocean"
Charlie Enright, skipper of The Ocean Race-winning 11th Hour Race Team, will present a lecture on his “Six Months Across the Ocean,” for the Charles & Marie Fish Lecture.Continue reading "Six months across the ocean — and a look at the world beneath"
Journalist and author Ian Urbina shared stories of lawlessness at sea in this year’s Fish Lecture at the URI Graduate School of Oceanography.Continue reading "2020 Charles and Marie Fish Lecture: The Outlaw Ocean with Ian Urbina"
Journalist Ian Urbina will share many of his stories of lawlessness at sea at this year’s Charles and Marie Fish Lecture, hosted by the URI Graduate School of Oceanography.Continue reading "Fish Lecture 2020: Ian Urbina and The Outlaw Ocean"
A conversation with Dr. George V. Lauder, the 2019 Graduate School of Oceanography Fish Lecture featured speaker who studies the ways in which fish swim.Continue reading "Learning from fish to spark innovation in ocean exploration"
Beth Orcutt thinks microbes buried beneath the seafloor are “awesome” and wants to tell you about them. Some protect the waters by gobbling crude oil that sinks to the ocean bottom; others live deep in rocks that could help provide clues about how life developed on Earth. Orcutt, a senior research scientist at Bigelow Laboratory […]Continue reading "Scientist to discuss microscopic life on sea floor at GSO lecture, March 29"