New Page: Seafood Resources
State, Federal, and other resources to support the aquaculture and seafood industry during the COVID-19 pandemic, including information about the CARES Act, webinars, and direct buying.

New Page: Education at Home
In response to COVID-19 school closures, MIT Sea Grant is compiling and developing at-home educational resources, from NEAQ K-12 activities to NOAA webinars.

MIT Sea Grant funds five new projects from MIT, Northeastern University, Olin College of Engineering, and Babson College, p ropelling innovations in aquaculture and monitoring .

Team Pulse of the Ocean develops Piezo-Acoustic Backscatter (PAB), underwater technology that enables communication and sensing at near-zero power.

May 1 Deadline: Dean A. Horn Award for Undergraduate Study in Marine Research

MIT undergraduates with marine-related projects from any department are eligible.

Blue Lobster Bowl: Winning Team from Lexington High School
On February 29, over 120 high school students from Massachusetts and Connecticut competed in the 23rd Annual Blue Lobster Bowl.

MIT News: Understanding the Impact of Climate Change on the Ocean

MIT senior Michelle Kornberg uses her background in mechanical and ocean engineering to track how climate change has impacted underwater environments.

Women in Science: Visit from the Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education
On March 3, a group of 35 female high school students pursuing science and engineering visited MIT Sea Grant from CIJE, which has technical curriculum in use in over 220 schools.

Ocean Plankton: Generating the Oxygen We Breathe is one image from the photographer's Space to Sea project exploring Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary.
On Twitter: MIT Sea Grant and Woods Hole Sea Grant Visit D.C.

Program Directors Michael Triantafyllou and Matthew Charette with Abigail Archer, an extension agent with WHSG and Barnstable County’s Cape Cod Cooperative Extension in the Capitol on March 10.