VIDEO: BU Student Recounts Research in Phoenix Islands

October 22, 2019

SEA in the NEWS
THE BRINK, Pioneering Research at BU
“Field Report: What’s It Like to Sample Sea Life in the Remote Pacific”
Video by Devin Hahn

Article and video about Allie Cole who sailed with S-287, Protecting the Phoenix Islands, during the summer of 2019.  

What’s it like to spend six weeks at sea in the remote Pacific Ocean, where the closest human beings (besides your shipmates) are the astronauts in orbit on the International Space Station? Earlier this year, Boston University College of Arts & Sciences undergraduate researcher Allie Cole (CAS’21), a marine science major, got the chance to find out.

“It’s been a life changing experience, and I’m so happy that I got to do it.” – Allie Cole.

Read more at Boston University 

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