IAN in the Media

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The Star Democrat (Mon 22 Jul, 2013)
Acme Clerk by night, Horn Point computer whiz by day
Staff quoted: Ming Li, Mike Roman, Cale Bowen
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CAMBRIDGE — Known to those who have shopped at the Acme in Easton during the past six years as a friendly clerk, Cale Bowen is a summer intern at the Horn Point Laboratory.


The Banner (Tue 25 Jun, 2013)
Tours begin at The Horn Point Laboratory
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE — Ninety-minute walking tours will take visitors through four laboratories at Horn Point Laboratory every Tuesday and Saturday at 10 a.m. from now through the end of August. Tour the largest oyster hatchery on the East coast and see restoration efforts for Atlantic sturgeon, a once abundant fish in the Bay.


The Star Democrat (Mon 3 Jun, 2013)
Tours begin at Horn Point Lab
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE — 90-minute walking tours take visitors through four laboratories at Horn Point Laboratory every Tuesday and Saturday at 10 a.m. through the end of August. The tour will showcase Horn Point's restoration efforts for Atlantic sturgeon, a once abundant fish in the Bay.


The Star Democrat (Fri 10 May, 2013)
Mud may be messy, but it's also telling
Staff quoted: Cindy Palinkas, Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE - Mud is messy, uninteresting to the average observer, but valuable in its scientific revelations, particularly in a local river once considered impaired due to its pollution.


The Dorchester Star (Wed 20 Feb, 2013)
Horn Point Laboratory Graduate Student Wins Coveted Fellowship
Staff quoted: Jen Bosch, Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE - Jennifer Bosch, a doctoral student at Horn Point Lab in Cambridge, will spend a year as a Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship recipient at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's headquarters in Silver Spring.


International Innovation (Thu 14 Feb, 2013)
Dr Mike Roman, President, The Oceanography Society
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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Entering into its 25th year, The Oceanography Society continues to act as a voice for the ever-increasing number of scientists interested in oceanographic research. Paving the way for future discoveries, President Dr Mike Roman explains how they evolve to meet societies demanding challenges Could you begin by briefly introducing The Oceanography Society (TOS)? What were the principal reasons for its establishment?


International Innovation (Sat 1 Dec, 2012)
The Oceanography Society
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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Entering into its 25th year, The Oceanography Society continues to act as a voice for the ever-increasing number of scientists interested in oceanographic research. Paving the way for future discoveries, President Dr Mike Roman explains how they evolve to meet societies demanding challenges.


The Daily Times (Mon 8 Oct, 2012)
Horn Point produces record oysters - Public invited to tour hatchery Saturday
Staff quoted: Don Meritt, Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE — The Horn Point Laboratory Oyster Hatchery of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science produced a record number of oysters in 2012 as part of its efforts toward restoration of the Chesapeake Bay. In partnership with the Oyster Recovery Partnership and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the hatchery produced more than 880 million oyster spat (young oysters that are attached to a larger oyster shell) this year. This is the fifth year in a row that production has exceeded half a billion.


The Dorchester Star (Mon 8 Oct, 2012)
Horn Point to hold open house Oct. 13
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE -- The Horn Point Laboratory invites the public to take part in its annual community open house here from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13.


Shore Bread (Thu 2 Aug, 2012)
Oyster Recovery Partnership: Restoring Maryland's Oyster Populations
Staff quoted: Don Meritt, Mike Roman
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On July 31st, 2012, a group of individuals spent the day learning about oyster restoration efforts in Maryland. The oyster restoration supporters took part in a fascinating tour of the Horn Point Laboratory Oyster Hatchery in Cambridge, MD. The tour was guided by a highly educated staff and led by Dr. Don Meritt, of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Studies and Stephan Abel, the Executive Director of the Oyster Recovery Partnership.
"The crown jewel of Horn Point is this oyster hatchery. It's something we are all very proud of. It's the largest on the entire east coast," said Mike Roman, the Horn Point Laboratory Director.



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