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October


Oct 01, 2017

DNA from Tuktoyaktuk to Prince Rupert

Dr. Julie LaRoche participated in Leg 12 of the Canada C3 expedition, studying microbes in order to establish a baseline that will help assess future change in the environment.

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September


Sep 16, 2017

OFI turns one!

OFI celebrated its one year anniversary in September 2017 by reflecting on the achievements of the past year and acknowledging the growing pains that were encountered during our inaugural year.

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August


Aug 25, 2017

Honour role

Dr. Noel Cadigan of Memorial University of Newfoundland was named the first Ocean Choice International Research Chair in Stock Assessment and Sustainable Harvest Advice for Northwest Atlantic Fisheries.

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Aug 16, 2017

Second sailing

As the luxury cruise liner Crystal Serenity embarks on her second historic transit through the Northwest Passage, a team from the Fisheries and Marine Institute (MI) is once again preparing for the important roles they’ll play onboard its escort ship during the 32-day voyage.

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Aug 11, 2017

Science, education and engagement

Thanks in part to OFI's support, a team from Memorial University will be conducting research onboard the Crystal Serenity when she makes her second historic transit through the Northwest Passage.

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Aug 10, 2017

Ocean sleuths

For microbiologists, the best way to deduce what’s happening in the ocean is to apply a forensic-style approach. Learn how OFI researcher — Dr. Julie LaRoche — is using DNA to assess ecosystem health.

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