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Coastal detective up for biology prize

Dr Hannah Grist has been shortlisted for the David Robertson Adult Award for recording marine and coastal wildlife
Dr Hannah Grist has been shortlisted for the David Robertson Adult Award for recording marine and coastal wildlife
Coastal detective up for biology prize

A marine scientist who helped to lead the UK’s largest marine citizen science project has been nominated for a UK award. Dr Hannah Grist was based at SAMS when she headed up Capturing Our Coast Scotland, part of the UK-wide Capturing Our Coast project that trained more than 2,500 volunteers to help survey the British coastline. Dr Grist has now been shortlisted at the 2018 UK Awards for Biological Recording and Information Sharing.

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This Haihai Minke whale is one of the exhibits capturing the imagination

Tue, Oct 16, '18

Thousands attend unique ocean exhibition

Last chance to see Sea Creatures event in Scotland

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PhDs projects will enhance our knowledge of the seas

Thu, Oct 11, '18

PhD numbers on the rise at SAMS

SAMS collaborations win part of £100m PhD fund

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Scientists Dr Marie Porter, Prof Mark Inall, Estelle Dumont, Dr Emily Venables, Dr Clare Johnson and Dr Sam Jones celebrate Talisker's 10th birthday

Thu, Sep 27, '18

Birthday party for robotic oceanographer

SAMS marks 10th year of trailblazing Seaglider Talisker

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