Course at the Duke University Marine Laboratory examines the Use of Innovation and Entrepreneurship to Save the Sea

The Duke University Marine Laboratory in Beaufort, North Carolina, is offering a new course this summer titled “Venturing Seaward:  Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Ocean Benefit.” The course is open to undergraduate and graduate students – as well as post-docs and mid/late-career professionals – who would like to deepen their understanding at the intersection of marine conservation, innovation, entrepreneurship, and public policy.

A course summary is available on the Duke Marine Lab website at the following URL:

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Running from July 8 through August 9, Venturing Seaward is limited to just 15 students.  The target-date for registration is June 15th and enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Interested folks can contact Gwendy Womble ( or Katie Wood ( for questions and help with registration.

Project funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education within the framework of the Campus of International Excellence program and by the spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, within the National Plan for Scientific Research, Development and Technological Innovation.