Sole Sliders Take Top Prize

The teams arrived at the Warwick Career and Technical Center from around Rhode Island, chopping and searing, sauteing and frying,...

Can Oysters Solve the Nitrogen Problem?

One single oyster can filter about 50 gallons of water per day. This kind of filtering power is being looked...

Winners of the 2019 Sea Grant-URI Research & Scholarship Photo Contest

Matthew Palasciano, a geological oceanography undergraduate student, took first place in the Research & Scholarship Photo Contest co-sponsored by Rhode...

Seafood Cook-Off to Feature Gray Sole

  High school culinary students to compete in 2019 Rhode Island Seafood Cookoff featuring gray sole Warwick Area Career &...

Overcoming Impediments to Shellfish Aquaculture: Case Studies

More than half of the population of the continental United States resides in coastal communities, which are increasingly home to...

March 27: How Oysters Alter Coastal Waters

JOIN US for a discussion on new research looking at how oysters – which can filter over a gallon of water every...

Call for 2020 Knauss Marine Policy Fellow Applications

Qualified individuals are invited to submit applications to the Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship national competition. Selected finalists...

Climate in the Courtrooms

The Northeast is expected to reach several milestones in sea-level rise and flooding well before other areas of the country....

Sea Grant Holiday Giveaway

Rhode Island Sea Grant is offering these books with free shipping until December 31, 2018. Call us today to make...

Volcanoes to Solve the Mystery of the Earth’s Crust

Of the many unsolved mysteries of the universe, there is one that is particularly close at hand – or rather,...

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