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A Marriage of Science and Art: How BIOS scientists team with artists to convey research findings and help interpret the marine world

As scientists work to answer progressively complex questions about the earth and its changing climate, they are becoming more aware of the importance of communicating their findings to the public. To improve the likelihood that their messages are heard, understood, and made accessible, they are increasingly turning to art. Recently, BIOS hosted three artists—each with a different background and preferred artistic medium—who traveled to Bermuda as part of two ongoing research projects funded by the National Academies Keck Futures Ini...

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A “Pivotal” Experience at BIOS Leads to a Science Career: Bermuda Program alum shares her path to community science education and outreach

In 1988, at the age of 20, Maia Patterson McGuire took a break from her usual summer job of working at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo (BAMZ) to accept an internship with BIOS’s Bermuda Program, a move that would change her career trajec...

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The Island That Outlawed Same-Sex Marriage

Earlier this year, less than a year after the Supreme Court made its historic ruling, Bermuda repealed same-sex marriage—the first country in the world to do so. Legislation designed to replace same-sex marriage with civil partner- ships pa...

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Kids these Days: A Toast to Moms Everywhere, Even in the Ocean

Pictured above: BIOS coral reef ecologist Gretchen Goodbody-Gringley conducts research on one of Bermuda's mesophotic reefs, found at depths from 100 feet (30 meters) to over 490 feet (149 meters)   A recent study sheds light on how ...

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Bermuda Festival Announces Succession in Key Roles

The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts is pleased to announce two key appointments. Effective May 1, 2018, T.J. Armand was appointed Executive Director of the Festival, succeeding David Skinner who was appointed the Festival’s first Execu...

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A New Vehicle Tests Bermuda’s Waters: Clio, an autonomous robot, is designed for speed and efficiency when sampling far below the ocean surface

BIOS oceanographer Rod Johnson is the chief scientist on board a cruise this month offshore Bermuda using a new underwater vehicle designed to reduce costs and improve science efficiency at sea, while gathering samples for biological and chemica...