Stone Living Lab Joins Museum of Science for Rise Up Weekend

The Lab joined our partners at the Museum of Science for their annual Rise Up: A Climate Event weekend!

05/13/2024 | Research

Opportunity: Research Fellow & Data Manager

We are seeking a research fellow and data manager to help us curate, manage, and make publicly accessible our data in a way that obeys FAIR (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reuse) best practices.

Two women on a rocky shore. One crouches and points at the ground, while another writes on a clipboard.
05/08/2024 | Research

Opportunity: Seasonal Biological Monitoring Technicians in the Byrnes Lab

The Byrnes lab at UMass Boston seeks multiple summer technician for work on biological monitoring of urban rocky shorelines in the Boston Harbor Islands in collaboration with the Stone Living Lab.

Cobble Berm Project Updates: Field Trips, Workshops, and more!

Learn more about cobble berm project education & engagement programs!

Unraveling the Mystery of Marsh Migration on the Boston Harbor Islands

Learn more about the world of salt marshes in Boston Harbor in this article from our partners at the National Park Service's Climate Conservation Corps.

A view of snow covered mountains

Connecting & Refreshing at NSTA

In late March, Rebecca Shoer (Stone Living Lab), Elisabeth Colby (National Parks of Boston), and Holly Rosa (Boston Public Schools) joined thousands of science educators in Denver for the 2024 National Science Teaching Association Conference!

SLL Managing Director Featured in Panel Discussion on Threats of Climate Change

View a panel discussion about the threats of climate change, featuring Stone Living Lab Managing Director Joe Christo.

03/11/2024 | Education

Teacher Institute – Application Deadline Extended!

Apply by March 17 for our 2024 Institute!

Field Observations: Real-Time Data from the March 10 Storm & Flooding in Boston

The Stone Living Lab gathered flood depth data during the March 10, 2024 storm event as part of our Real-Time Monitoring in Boston Harbor project.