Estuary & Ocean Science Center announces EOS talks


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The estuary and ocean science talks (EOS talks) are a communication stage for our graduate students to share their passion for protecting the estuary and the ocean. Our early career research scientists will give a 5 minute talk in front of a panel of community members who will act as judges in April. The top three students will receive monetary awards. They will also share their talks with the general public during our Discovery Day open house on Sunday, April 28, 2019.

Please consider supporting our up and coming scientists by donating any amount toward the prize money. Please CLICK HERE to give now. Thank you for supporting our students!

See the 2019 EOS talks winners and videos HERE.

Melissa Patten (Boyer Lab) surveys the eelgrass bed at Point Molate, Richmond. Photo: Stephanie Kiriakopolos