Barry Nash, N.C. Sea Grant’s seafood marketing specialist, has compiled a free online guide about the commercial seafood industry.
Cape Fear Museum of History and Science in Wilmington is hosting a new exhibition, “One Half of the People: Advancing Equality for Women.”
Register now for OYSTER-RIFIC, an online happy hour celebrating the state’s oysters that benefits the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences, set for Friday.
The fourth installment of “Meet the Scientist,” a monthly, live-streamed video series when ECU and CSI scientists chat about their latest work, will be at 6.m. Thursday with Jim Morley, assistant scientist at Coastal Studies Institute.
The N.C. Maritime Museum in Southport hosted state Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing staff who gave feedback on the newly offered American Sign Language tour.
Cape Lookout National Seashore and International Fiber Collaborative are hosting the student art exhibition, “Connect with the Rhythms of Nature on the Southern Outer Banks.”
Educators and researchers have a chance to connect Thursday during SciREN Coast, an evening of informal conversations that fosters networking and collaboration.
Cape Fear Museum of History and Science in Wilmington is hosting “H2O Today,” a Smithsonian exhibit that looks at challenges related to global water sources.
The North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island announced Monday that its new North American river otter, Olive, is ready to welcome company.
Webster, under the care of N.C. Aquarium at Roanoke Island, was humanely euthanized Wednesday after the veterinary team found the Virginia opossum had inoperable cancer.
North Carolina Sea Grant and North Carolina Space Grant are encouraging undergraduate and graduate students to apply for research fellowship and scholarship opportunities.
A virtual training workshop on “Planning Effective Projects for Coastal Communities” with NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management teaches participants how to design a project.
The N.C. Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores has been certified as a sensory inclusive facility by KultureCity, a nonprofit organization dedicated to sensory accessibility and acceptance.
The deadline is Monday for the first step in North Carolina Sea Grant’s 2022-2024 proposal process for applied research to address problems affecting coastal ecosystems, economies and communities.
UNCW’s MarineQuest outreach program Turtle Trash Collectors has launched a citizen-science project to better understand how COVID-19 is affecting pollution and marine debris.