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	BIOS hosts students from Massachusetts Maritime Academy for a week's worth of activities exploring Bermuda's marine adn coastal environments.</p>

BIOS hosts students from Massachusetts Maritime Academy for a week's worth of activities exploring Bermuda's marine adn coastal environments.

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	Students from the Har-Bur Middle School in Connecticut look at recently collected plankton in the lab.</p>

Students from the Har-Bur Middle School in Connecticut look at recently collected plankton in the lab.

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	Snorkelers explore Cooper's Island.</p>

Snorkelers explore Cooper's Island.

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	Exploring island ecology and geology at Spittal Pond.</p>

Exploring island ecology and geology at Spittal Pond.

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	A group of students participate in tree planting and a beach clean-up as a part of BIOS’s partnership with the Bermuda Marine Debris Taskforce at Copoper's Island Nature Reserve.</p>

A group of students participate in tree planting and a beach clean-up as a part of BIOS’s partnership with the Bermuda Marine Debris Taskforce at Copoper's Island Nature Reserve.

Every year, more than 30 groups of school children, high school students, college-level students and lifelong learners visit BIOS to take advantage of the research and education opportunities, as well as the beautiful location and dedicated classroom and lecture hall facilities.