August 11, 2023
GROW students Paola Gonzalez and Eva Bennet presented their posters from their summer research!


April 14, 2023
Dr. Davies and Dr. Aichelman were speakers at the inaugural 2023 Climate Hope Concert Stay tuned for the 2024 event on April 27, 2024!

February 2nd, 2022
Dr. Davies gave a NOAA seaside chat called “Sex Lives of Corals: From Spawning to Conservation”

October 17th, 2020
Dr. Davies and Dr. Rivera collaborated with Multiverse to “Return to the Reef” that was held virtually due to COVID-19.

May 6th, 2020
Dr. Davies was featured as this month’s Woman in Ocean Science!

April 9th, 2019

Vy Bui presents her poster on the coral microbiome in Fouha Bay, Guam as part of the summer high school research GROW program!

April 6th, 2019

The Davies Lab graduate student James Fifer spoke with young women from Boston area high schools about corals and climate change at BU’s annual SET in the city event!

March 24th, 2019

On March 24th, the Davies Lab graduate student Hannah Aichelman hosted students from the New England Aquarium’s Marine Biologist in Training program for a day full of symbiont counts, buoyant weights, and great discussions on coral reef conservation!

October 12th, 2018
Dr. Sarah Davies teamed up with the Music of Reality concert series, which couples research talks with original music compositions. The event, which was held in Boston University’s Morse Auditorium, attracted more than 120 members of the public. Image courtesy of Dr. Kes Kaufman.

April 11th, 2018
Lab manager Brooke and PhD student Nicola joined Karina Scavo (of the Kaufman and Finnerty labs) and Tina Barbasch (of the Buston lab) for a discussion panel following a public screening of the Netflix documentary Chasing Coral. Alyssa ShenFilerman of Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School (left) organized the event, which was hosted by the Cambridge Public Library.


March 20th, 2018
Dr. Sarah Davies poses (via Skype) with Mrs. Nora Thompson’s 6th grade class at William Penn Elementary in Salt Late City, Utah. Dr. Davies talked with the students about everything from coral spawning to fluorescent proteins. Her favorite question from the class was “Why does everything like to eat coral larvae?” Her response: “They’re full of lipids, so they’re like the french fries of the ocean.” Sounds about right.