The Bermuda Association for the Sargasso Sea [BASS] is continuing with its efforts to see a marine reserve created that will encompass much of the waters within a 200-mile radius of Bermuda.
RPI2.0 this week announced the third round of its Seasonal US Hurricane Landfall Forecasting competition, citing the potential predictive skill of ‘crowd-intelligence’.
BIOS will bid a fond farewell to Forrest as he sets forth on the newest chapter in his education: pursuing an Associate’s of Applied Science Degree in Marine Industry Technology from the Landing School in Arundel, Maine (U.S.) on a full scholarship.
ONE WEEK LEFT TO APPLY!
The application deadline for applying to our summer courses is just a week away, April 15th. Late entries will be considered depending on availability.
Our summer courses are offered to undergraduates and recent graduates, and partial scholarships are available to international students from developing countries, US, Canadian and UK students, and academic credit transfer is possible.
New York artist Bonnie Holden Monteleone collects digital images of plastic artifacts retrieved from some of the most remote aquatic regions on the planet but the impact of this pollution on Bermuda’s beaches is the centrepiece of her upcoming exhibit.
Between April 1, 2011 and April 1, 2012, a total of 622 babies were born at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital. The wellbeing of these babies and their mothers is of great importance to the health and vibrancy of the local community. To this end, Laval University’s Atlantis Mobile Laboratories, stationed at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences and supported by a grant from the Lepercq Foundation, is facilitating a National Maternal Nutrition Survey to assess the nutritional status and needs of pregnant women in Bermuda.