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A Summer Internship spent at Hopkins is a great way to find your path into marine biology.

For the rest of the year, the slate of courses fills many different degree requirements.

Course offerings for:

Autumn   Winter   Spring    Summer 

Summer Opportunities

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Faculty Research

virtual reality

Can Virtual Reality Emerge As a Tool for Conservation?

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Student Research

From spore to plate — Exploring California’s wild, edible mushrooms by Isabel Jones

From spore to plate — Exploring California’s wild, edible mushrooms by Isabel Jones

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Current News

Predatory prawns eliminate a major parasite more effectively than drugs aloneShark Week

Predatory prawns eliminate a major parasite more effectively than drugs alone

Eurekalert   Stanford News

Upcoming Events

Seminars start up again in the Fall

Research Spotlight:

Hatchling making its way to the beach.
Hatchling making its way to the beach

Crowder Lab

Calling the Crowder Lab a biology lab is like calling a loggerhead sea turtle a reptile: it may be true, but it doesn’t begin to capture the complexity of the animal’s behaviors or the singularity of its ecological niche. Likewise, the Crowder Lab is more than just a traditional biology lab, combining ecological research and social science to guide the conservation of vulnerable species and ecosystems.
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