Virginia Sea Grant’s Advanced Science Communication Seminar challenged graduate student scientists to develop a communication tool that explains their research to the public. One graduate student’s infographic about sea turtle strandings ended up crossing institutional boundaries.
A project funded by Virginia Sea Grant led to $120M in federal funding to implement resiliency designs in the Norfolk neighborhood of Chesterfield Heights.
The growth of green infrastructure in Virginia
Virginia Sea Grant's Hampton Roads Adaptation Forum is a networking and educational meeting for professionals working on sea level rise adaptation. A recent survey of attendees indicates that 83% have built professional relationships through the Forum, leading to new opportunities.
Working on improved rip current preparedness
Federal, state, and local partners come together to discuss the forecasting and communication of rip currents and other coastal hazards on the eve of beach season.
Sea Grant funded-researchers from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science may have found a positive side to an oyster parasite and its impact on vibrios bacteria.