Registration and sponsorship opportunities now available.
Anglers are invited to a unique, science-focused snook tournament to be held by Mote Marine Laboratory on Nov. 13 – 14 and a kids’ fishing clinic Nov. 7.
Michael P. Crosby, Ph.D., President and CEO of Mote Marine Laboratory (Mote), has joined the Board of Directors of the Florida Keys History and Discovery Foundation. The not-for-profit organization formed in 2013 to develop and operate the Florida Keys History & Discovery Center.
A new study under way this week at the Sitka Sound Science Center in Sitka, Alaska, is investigating how crude oil and dispersant affect hatchery-reared coho salmon to test for subtle or delayed health impacts that are normally challenging to document when oil spills occur.
The study is led by Mote Marine Laboratory scientists from Sarasota, Fla., in partnership with the Sitka Sound Science Center in Alaska.
Mote Marine Laboratory scientists in Southwest Florida and others along Florida's Gulf Coast are closely monitoring counts of red tide algae, after noting low-level increases of these algae cells in multiple seawater samples during the past two weeks.
Mote Marine Laboratory is looking for volunteers to help out during the 2015 Siesta Key Crystal Classic Master Sandsculpting Competition. The Crystal Classic benefits sea turtle research, rehabilitation and conservation programs at Mote.
Looking for a way to support marine life and your community? Learn about exciting volunteer opportunities at a free coffee reception Oct. 7 at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. As a nonprofit, world-class marine research institution, the success of Mote depends on the support of the community.
With dwindling supplies of seafood for Earth’s growing population, fisheries enhancement and aquaculture (fish farming) research are needed more than ever, said Chinese scientists from the Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute (YSFRI) who visited Mote Marine Laboratory on Thursday and Friday to exchange knowledge under a long-term agreement designed to benefit fisheries.