IMET hosts inaugural Open House

May 2, 2017
The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology held its first Open House to welcome the community to meet its scientists, and discover how work being done in Baltimore is helping to change the world.

The courtship of blue crabs

February 14, 2017
Sook Chung, an endocrinologist and an expert on crab reproduction, explains how a blue crab finds its mate.

UMCES molecular geneticist helps map evolution of dinoflagellates

January 5, 2017
Even though they are a key species in the environment, they have long been misunderstood due to their large, complex genomes.

Next Generation: Shadaesha Green on deep-sea red crabs

November 22, 2016
"Right now the red crab is a federally managed species, but there’s not a lot of information known about their biology so we don’t know a lot about their reproduction and molting patterns."

UMCES microbiologist tracks disease in blue crabs

October 31, 2016
Molecular biologist Eric Schott is examining whether fishing activity increases the transmission of the virus in the wild, in hopes that there is a way to tweak fishing practices to reduce mortality and improve the harvest.