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How about Lionfish for Lunch?

“When it comes to sustainable food options, lionfish is one of the few eco-friendly seafood options,” Goodbody-Gringley said. “We hope this project not only introduces the public to lionfish as a food source, but also creates a demand for it, which can help us control this invasive species.”   The project, funded by the European Commission through the Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Territories of European Overseas (BEST 2.0) Programme, hopes to demonstrate that targeted removal of predatory lionfish will reduce t...

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Meet TrueBeam & the Team!

Driving onto the grounds of the Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre (BCHC) in Paget, you may notice that the parking lot area looks recently renovated. What you may not know is the reason why. Directly underground, through unassuming layers of asph...

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A DNA Library for Bermuda’s Fish

In an innovative collaboration, BIOS molecular ecologist Leocadio Blanco-Bercial and reef ecologist Tim Noyes are exploring how DNA can be recovered from seawater to reveal which fish species are active on Bermuda’s reefs. As fish swim, water ...

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Local Upbringing, Global Experience

On any given day, you’re likely to see Kyla Smith down at the BIOS waterfront corralling students onto a boat for a trip to Nonsuch Island; preparing materials for a lecture and subsequent lab on marine plankton; or leading a tour of the BIOS ...

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The Magic of the Marianas and Micronesia

Many people are familiar with—or have at least heard of—the Mariana Trench. Located in the western Pacific Ocean, this crescent-shaped feature on Earth’s crust is the deepest part of the world’s ocean, reaching a maximum depth of 10,994 ...

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Berths for the Big Boys

With its vast stretch of waterfront land, offering views across the Great Sound to Dockyard on one side and Little Sound on the other, the Caroline Bay Marina at Morgan’s Point offers a spectacular location for enjoying the America’s Cup eve...