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Technical.ly Baltimore (Mon 21 Jul, 2014)
IMET gets $600K to make entrepreneurs out of scientists
Staff quoted: Russell Hill
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A new grant-funded program at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology will help graduate students tie what they learn about molecular biology and sustainable aquaculture to real-world commercial applications.


The Star Democrat (Sun 20 Jul, 2014)
Spat planted in Harris Creek
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TILGHMAN — There are many organizations that play a part in Chesapeake Bay restoration. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation and Oyster Recovery Parternship did so on Friday, July 18.


The Wall Street Journal - Market Watch (Sat 19 Jul, 2014)
Maryland Students And Teachers Research To Improve Chesapeake Bay's Health At Honeywell Institute for Ecosystems Education
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J., July 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 70 gifted and talented students, grades 6-10, worked alongside top scientists and researchers collecting and analyzing data on the health of the Chesapeake Bay. The two week summer science and environmental program ran July 6 to July 19 and was hosted by Honeywell HON -0.30% at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science's Horn Point Laboratory in Cambridge, Maryland.


The Wall Street Journal (Sat 19 Jul, 2014)
Maryland Students And Teachers Research To Improve Chesapeake Bay's Health At Honeywell Institute for Ecosystems Education
Staff quoted: Mike Roman
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MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J., July 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 70 gifted and talented students, grades 6-10, worked alongside top scientists and researchers collecting and analyzing data on the health of the Chesapeake Bay. The two week summer science and environmental program ran July 6 to July 19 and was hosted by Honeywell (NYSE: HON) at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science's Horn Point Laboratory in Cambridge, Maryland.


The Star Democrat (Wed 16 Jul, 2014)
Hands-on learning at Horn Point
Staff quoted: Don Boesch, Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE — Kiarra Kelly wishes school was more like the Honeywell Institute for Ecosystem Education program at Horn Point Laboratory.


The Star Democrat (Tue 15 Jul, 2014)
Bay scientists map oyster larvae movement
Staff quoted: Elizabeth North, Jake Goodwin, Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE — A team of scientists at the UMCES Horn Point Laboratory has been developing a computer model to visualize where free-floating oyster larvae are likely to settle and grow to adulthood. The National Science Foundation funded their five-year initiative, called the TRANSPORT Program, which will provide management crews with new tools to curb the Bay's sinking oyster population.


The Cecil Whig (Tue 15 Jul, 2014)
Bay scientists map oyster larvae movement
Staff quoted: Elizabeth North, Jake Goodwin, Mike Roman
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CAMBRIDGE — A team of scientists at the UMCES Horn Point Laboratory has been developing a computer model to visualize where free-floating oyster larvae are likely to settle and grow to adulthood. The National Science Foundation funded their five-year initiative, called the TRANSPORT Program, which will provide management crews with new tools to curb the Bay's sinking oyster population.


The Star Democrat (Sat 12 Jul, 2014)
Teacher workshop integrates gifted/talented with issue investigation
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CAMBRIDGE — Educators from across Maryland recently participated in a workshop titled "Investigating and Evaluating Environmental Issues and Actions for Gifted/Talented Teachers."


My Eastern Shore MD (Fri 11 Jul, 2014)
Izaak Walton Chapter awards four scholarships
Staff quoted: Nicole Millette
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TRAPPE — The Mid-Shore Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America awarded its annual scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year to four local students at a dinner on June 26 at its pavilion in Bolingbroke Park. The chapter serves Dorchester, Queen Anne's, Talbot and Caroline counties.


Today Eco (Fri 11 Jul, 2014)
UMaryland to lead offshore study
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The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science will lead a two-year research study of marine animals in and near an area off the state's coast where the US Interior Department (DOI) on 19 August will auction two commercial wind energy leases.


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