In the Media
Join the Biomimicry 3.8 Institute at the 7th Annual Biomimicry Education Summit and First Global Con ›
Inhabitat.com, June 11, 2013Article on how UMass Boston will host the Biomimicry 3.8 Institute's 7th Annual Biomimicry Education Summit and first Global Conference June 21-23, 2013.
Expert on biomimicry to speak at Lloyd Center annual meeting ›
SouthCoastToday.com, April 07, 2013Anamarija Frankić, associate director of the School for the Environment, will deliver a talk on biomimicry on April 22 at the Lloyd Center for the Environment in Dartmouth.
Design Inspiration from Nature ›
Living on Earth, November 19, 2012Anamarija Frankić, director of the Green Boston Harbor Project, is interviewed in this radio segment on the field of biomimicry.
UMass Boston Volunteers Bring a New Hope to Boston Harbor ›
WGBH, July 26, 2012A large team including UMass Boston students and Anamarija Frankić, assistant professor of Environment, Earth, and Ocean Sciences and director of the Green Boston Harbor Project, are working to cultivate large beds of soft-shell clams within city limits for the first time.
Breaking through the “impenetrable veil of science” ›
WGBH, July 02, 2012Anamarija Frankić, assistant professor of environmental, earth, and ocean sciences, is interviewed on Cirque de Sea, a science-based musical comedy about an oyster.
Savin Hill residents questions state’s vegetation clearing along I-93 ›
Boston.com, April 24, 2012Lisa Greber, a doctoral student in Environmental, Earth, and Ocean Sciences, is quoted in this article on the state’s recent clearing of vegetation along Morrissey Boulevard near Malibu Beach and what it could mean for the ecosystem of the area.
Researchers Put Farm Fish on Vegetarian Diet ›
Farm Futures, December 27, 2011Article on how researchers at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology have developed a different kind of diet for ‘domesticated fish’ mentions Anamarija Frankić, director of the Green Boston Harbor Project housed in the Center for Governance and Sustainability at UMass Boston.