MASTER’S THESIS DEFENSE Angus Thies
Tomorrow (Friday, April 6, 2018), Angus Thies will defend his master’s thesis entitled "Characterization of a Coral Rhesus Protein, a Putative NH3 Gas Channel”. In Hubbs Hall 4500 at 10:00 a.m. The public is invited.
Join us on April 9th in our lecture about coral cell biology and ecology at the Birch Aquarium
“Coral Doctors: Biologists and Ecologists Team Up to Understand the Future of Coral Reefs”
Speakers: Martin Tresguerres, Marine Biologist, & Davey Kline, Coral Reef Ecologist...
This lecture will overview the collaborative work of a coral reef ecologist and a cell biologist in their quest to understand the effects of global climate change on coral biology. By combining biomedical laboratory techniques and fieldwork, they are attempting to understand the cellular mechanisms that are disrupted during bleaching, eutrophication, and ocean acidification, and the implications for coral reef ecosystems.