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The Central Caribbean Marine Institute has launched a programme to recognise outstanding early- and mid-career scholars, who can advance the frontiers of marine science and become world-leading professionals.
Bird field guide author Patricia Bradley was awarded the title of “Conservationist of the Year” in the 2016 Governor’s Conservation Awards. Ms. Bradley, author of three field guides and a British Ornithologists’ Union checklist, was given the award for her contributions to Caribbean ornithology.
Fun, sun, sand and science all came together for a memorable experience for young people who attended the Edmund and Virginia Ball Foundation Caribbean Marine Ecology Camp.
An educational trip to Little Cayman has proved to be truly memorable for a group of George Town students.
The Central Caribbean Marine Institute has received a grant to double the number of visiting scientists and students who can stay at the Little Cayman Research Centre.
During his visit to the Central Caribbean Marine Institute on Little Cayman earlier this month, Prince Edward highlighted the importance of teaching young Caymanians about reef conservation and research.
Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, visited Little Cayman at the invitation of the Central Caribbean Marine Institute.