C-MORE (an NSF Science and Technology Center) is comprised of 6 partner institutions, including Woods Hole and MIT. C-MORE's research mission focuses on microbial oceanography, but its education mission is much broader. C-MORE science kits are hands-on "labs in a box" on various topics in oceanography. Anyone can borrow these kits free of charge. Click here to request a kit, or to view the materials online.
Each COSEE Center is a consortium of ocean science research institutions, informal science education organizations, and formal education entities. COSEE consists of several centers around the country, including New England.
COMPASS is a team of science-based communication professionals. They share a foundation of scientific training, but also have a diverse collective background in ocean science, policymaking, science journalism, and natural resource management. This enables them to work at the intersection of science, policy, and communications. With PhD scientists, former Capitol Hill staffers and award-winning science journalists on our team, they bring the knowledge, experience, and relationships needed to help scientists share their information with society. Leading academic scientists lend their advice and expertise to guide our efforts. While COMPASS advocates for the communication of science, we do not advocate for specific policies or practices. Learn more about the COMPASS team here.