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	BIOS hosts students from Massachusetts Maritime Academy for a week's worth of activities exploring Bermuda's marine adn coastal environments.</p>

BIOS hosts students from Massachusetts Maritime Academy for a week's worth of activities exploring Bermuda's marine adn coastal environments.

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	Students from the Har-Bur Middle School in Connecticut look at recently collected plankton in the lab.</p>

Students from the Har-Bur Middle School in Connecticut look at recently collected plankton in the lab.

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	Snorkelers explore Cooper's Island.</p>

Snorkelers explore Cooper's Island.

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	Exploring island ecology and geology at Spittal Pond.</p>

Exploring island ecology and geology at Spittal Pond.

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	A group of students participate in tree planting and a beach clean-up as a part of BIOS’s partnership with the Bermuda Marine Debris Taskforce at Copoper's Island Nature Reserve.</p>

A group of students participate in tree planting and a beach clean-up as a part of BIOS’s partnership with the Bermuda Marine Debris Taskforce at Copoper's Island Nature Reserve.

BIOS is closely monitoring the situation surrounding the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to best protect its employees and visitors. Please note that Visiting Group programming may be cancelled at short notice. Details on the measures taken to manage COVID-19 in Bermuda can be found here.

Every year, more than 30 groups of school children, high school students, college-level students and lifelong learners visit BIOS to take advantage of the research and education opportunities, as well as the beautiful location and dedicated classroom and lecture hall facilities.

Monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The health and well-being of everyone involved in BIOS’s educational programs is our top priority.

If you have questions that relate to the coronavirus disease as it concerns your plans for studying at BIOS, including application deadlines, the potential for cancellations, rescheduling, and refunding, please contact the Ocean Academy team. 

When making travel plans, please review updated health advisories and guidelines provided by the U.S. Department of State, the Bermuda Government, and the World Health Organization.