Scientists from North and South Carolina recently completed a study that highlights the role of gene groups in embryo development. They conducted their research using striped bass (Morone saxatilis), a finfish used in aquaculture that has problems with arrested development in eggs. Results of this research, funded in part by North Carolina Sea Grant and South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium, are published in the open access journal, PLOS ONE.
North Carolina Sea Grant is seeking a marine aquaculture extension specialist to be based in Morehead City. Details and instructions are at jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/36675.
Hiring Manager: Jack Thigpen, 919-515-3012, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Spring 2014 issue of Coastwatch features North Carolina Sea Grant Projects, the estuarine shoreline study and seafood safety.
Go to ncseagrant.ncsu.edu/coastwatch/contact/ for reprint information or to request a complimentary copy.
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The North Carolina Sea Grant Research Symposium: Investments and Opportunities will be held on April 16, 2014 at NC State University’s McKimmon Center in Raleigh.
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Hear Marcilynn Burke, professor at the University of Houston Law Center and former Acting Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management, at 12 noon on March 24 in Room 4004 at the University of North Carolina School of Law.