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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:

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Summer Opportunities

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Faculty Research

corla reefs

Bright Spots Shine Light on the Future of Coral Reefs

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Student Research

Juhyung Lee on kayak

Seagrass ecosystem health in a high CO2 ocean

Juhyung Lee

Current News

Study tracks young sea turtles in Pacific for first time

Study tracks young sea turtles in Pacific for first time

Curious Meerkat

Upcoming Events

Spring 2016 Seminars

Seminars start up again in the Fall                                    

Research Spotlight:

A Humboldt squid in a tank at our field lab in Santa Rosalía (Photo credit: Patrick Daniel).
A Humboldt squid in a tank at
our field lab in Santa Rosalía

Gilly Lab

Dosidicus gigas, or the Humboldt squid, is something of a mystery. A native of the Humboldt Current off the western coast of South America, the squid is locally called diablo rojo, or “red devil,” after its color-changing skin that flashes red when it hunts. But the squid’s skin isn’t its only fickle feature: its size, habitat, and distribution can be equally unpredictable.
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