Introducing FISHBIO 2.0

FISHBIO 2.0

At FISHBIO, we’re committed to documenting and communicating science as effectively as possible. We think the field of fisheries and environment science is full of stories worth telling, from the latest research findings to fascinating natural history.

That’s why we update our blog with new stories three times a week and keep a fresh Fish Report coming to your inbox every Monday. Now, our writing and (award winning) photography have a new look on a brand new website that we’re excited to share with you today.

Explore what our new site has to offer. Here you’ll find new information about our services and capabilities, and can browse through our variety of projects. You can take a look inside our FABLAB to see what’s currently under construction. And you’ll still find all of the latest fisheries news and can search through available fisheries jobs from around the country on our Jobs Board.

As part of our new look, now it’s easy to navigate our extensive archive of blog stories (more than 750 of them!) that span the last five years. Browse all the way back to our very first blog post about a wayward rotary screw trap in 2009. Or if you feel like being surprised, stumble across something unexpected by clicking the “random post” button.

While you’re exploring, don’t miss our impressive collection of photos on Flickr and our latest videos on YouTube. And if you haven’t followed us already, you can do so on all of the top social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, and Pinterest. Come find us and say hello!

What do you think of FISHBIO 2.0? We value your feedback and are always looking for ways to improve. Drop us a line and let us know!