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Steven Cadrin
Haddock study selected as Editor’s Choice

A study co-authored by UMass Dartmouth Professor Dr. Steven Cadrin has been selected as the Editor’s Choice for the ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Join Dining Services & FINE for a Virtual Sea Summit

On February 4, UMass Dartmouth Dining Services & Farm and Institution New England will present an online summit focused on leveraging institutions to support local seafood producers, kelp, and underutilized species.

Steven Cadrin
UMassD professor recognized for outstanding service

Dr. Steven Cadrin receives award for his contributions to the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea.

Assistant Dean of SMAST Michael Marino
Michael Marino receives recognition award

Michael Marino, Assistant Dean at the School for Marine Science & Technology, is the recipient of the 2020 Citation for Outstanding Performance from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Great white shark
Consortium forms for white shark study

SMAST scientists are among 13 organizations and institutions that have assembled to form the New England White Shark Research Consortium, which will enhance coordinated regional efforts to study white sharks.

Professor Mark Altabet at podium
Professor of Estuarine & Ocean Sciences chosen for distinguished American Geophysical Union Fellowship

Professor Mark Altabet joins prestigious group of individuals who have made exceptional contributions in the Earth sciences

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Third Annual Marine Renewable Energy Conference fosters international collaboration

On and Off the Grid featured industry insiders, policymakers, and academic researchers sharing their developments in ocean energy

U.S. Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute
UMass Dartmouth Dean VanderGheynst contributes to worldwide microbiome discovery effort

Researchers from across the globe publish resource that expands known diversity of bacteria and archaea by 44%

Patagonian scallops captured by SMAST researcher Kyle Cassidy during research cruise to Argentina.
How many sea scallops are there and why does it matter?

Groundbreaking research conducted by Dr. Kevin Stokesbury of SMAST appears as this month's cover story in the Ecological Society of America's "Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment" journal.

Cod captured with underwater video tech
Researchers featured in National Geographic series

Researchers at the School for Marine Science & Technology document their journey at sea in the National Geographic’s “A Gathering Storm” series, which airs this Saturday, August 29.

Mike Coute, MS student at SMAST, with tautog
Marine science student awarded $14K

Michael Coute garners a $14,536 research grant from the Northeast SARE for his project focusing on the tautog species and sustainable seafood efforts.

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