Aquarium-led team of scientists and fishery managers produces recommendations to work through fishery uncertainty challenges.
The National Aquarium and a multidisciplinary team at the Johns Hopkins University, called Max & Haley, have teamed up to create a ground breaking technology called “I Am Dolphin” that will help stroke victims regain critical motor function and inspire millions.
This year, 53 dolphins were sighted, a lower number than last year, likely resulting from limited visibility do to fog.
The public is invited to join National Aquarium’s Animal Rescue team for their annual Animal Rescue Fundraiser on Thursday, July 10, followed by the annual Maryland Dolphin Count along the Atlantic coast of Maryland on Friday, July 11
The National Aquarium announced the establishment of the National Aquarium Sustainable Seafood Program, with a gift from the Dana DiCarlo and Scott Plank Family Foundation and their urban development company, War Horse
Groundbreaking effort explores four key areas for future of the organization
Through Small Watershed Action Plan, Brooklyn/Curtis Bay Residents Being Trained To Identify and Assess Environmental Hazards In Their Communities
Fishy Business: Do you know what you’re really eating?
Hunter College Professor Dr. Diana Reiss is Corresponding Author in Paper Published in Current Issue of Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science (JAAWS)
Renowned scientists and conservationists from 75 countries to attend 33rd Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation