Together, the nation's marine lab directors hope to shape their futures and keep their institutes and coastal sciences thriving
"There will be more cooperation on programming and more of an effort to speak with one voice," says Halvorson, director of the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass. "And that voice will be a stronger voice."
Halvorson believes that such a voice is needed, in these days of strapped budgets and competition among...
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