Category: Around Monterey Bay


by on March 29, 2021 6:55 pm
Disease is an inevitable process, foundational to the cycling and continuation of life. As humans we have worked tirelessly to stave off disease in the many clothes it wears. For other organisms, disease is a garment that is not so easily shed. There is no treatment, there is no second chance for most organisms with… Read more diSEASe

The lega-sea of John Pearse

by on November 16, 2020 12:36 pm
Dr. John Pearse (1936—2020) led foundational research on kelp forests and the intertidal, wrote textbooks exploring the world of invertebrates, and created LiMPETS, an education and citizen science program used across the coast of California to monitor its intertidal communities. His research illuminated distant corners of the ocean spanning from Monterey Bay to Antarctica to… Read more The lega-sea of John Pearse

Hopkins Marine Station Open House: Science for Everyone!

by on September 27, 2018 2:53 am
The Hopkins Marine Station annual Open House is coming up on October 6th 2018! Our annual Open House includes interactive learning activities, talks by graduate students and faculty, touch tanks, and much more! Open House had been an infrequent event at Hopkins Marine Station. In 2017, a group of dedicated graduate students reinvigorated the tradition. Our… Read more Hopkins Marine Station Open House: Science for Everyone!

From around Monterey Bay: Lasers & Larvaceans

by on June 27, 2018 6:47 pm
We at Hopkins Marine Station are lucky to be situated in Monterey Bay where so many interesting questions in marine biology are waiting to be answered. What makes the Bay even more exciting is that we are near other institutions like the Monterey Bay Aquarium right next door and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute… Read more From around Monterey Bay: Lasers & Larvaceans