A new study led by MSC researchers documents the battle between a coral-killing sponge, and a fast growing coral that may be able to outgrow the menacing sponge.
MSC Professor Brian Helmuth weighs in on what is required of scientists to effectively get the word out about climate change
A new study published by MSC researchers provides evidence indicating that parents exposed to predation risk may give birth to emboldened offspring.
A new study lead by MSC researchers explores how the movement of materials and organisms between marine reserves can influence their effectiveness in conservation and management.
New work by MSC PhD student Rebecca Certner and Associate Professor Steve Vollmer identifies mechanisms by which disease can spread in endangered coral species.
According to MSC Assistant Professor Tarik Gouhier, as our climate changes, important oceanographic processes such as coastal upwelling are projected to change also.
Peer leaders with the Marine Science Center’s Beach Sisters partnership program with Girls Inc. of Lynn were recently honored at the State House.
Liz Magee traces her passion for diving back to her participation in the Three Seas Program more than 10 years ago, and she couldn’t be happier to have found her way back.
A team of researchers, including three MSC faculty, have quantified the relationship between physical and biological factors influencing oyster distribution and abundance in the South Atlantic Bight.
Undergraduate Mariah Livernois is moving on to life’s next chapter, but not before capturing one of Northeastern’s top awards for co-op students