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	Courses at BIOS include numerous opportunities for students to learn laboratory techniques and practices. Here, students in the Coral Reef Ecology course conduct genetic analyses in one of BIOS's teaching labs.</p>

Courses at BIOS include numerous opportunities for students to learn laboratory techniques and practices. Here, students in the Coral Reef Ecology course conduct genetic analyses in one of BIOS's teaching labs.

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	Students in the Marine Invertebrate Zoology course explore the Bermuda shoreline in Hungry Bay.</p>

Students in the Marine Invertebrate Zoology course explore the Bermuda shoreline in Hungry Bay.

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	Many courses at BIOS involve fieldwork and experiential learning opportunities. Here, students SCUBA dive on Bermuda's reefs to learn more about native coral reef ecosystems.</p>

Many courses at BIOS involve fieldwork and experiential learning opportunities. Here, students SCUBA dive on Bermuda's reefs to learn more about native coral reef ecosystems.

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	Students learn about marine technology and sampling equipment aboard the R/V <em>Atlantic Explorer</em>.</p>

Students learn about marine technology and sampling equipment aboard the R/V Atlantic Explorer.

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	Dalhousie students conducting a shoreline transect.</p>

Dalhousie students conducting a shoreline transect.

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	Students in the Coral Reef Ecology course work together in the lab exploring coral skeletons and polyps under dissecting microscopes.</p>

Students in the Coral Reef Ecology course work together in the lab exploring coral skeletons and polyps under dissecting microscopes.

Students can participate in a variety of summer and fall semester courses at BIOS, providing unique opportunities to explore contemporary ocean science topics and to expand field and laboratory experience in a subtropical marine environment.