Rachel Wright

Are some corals better than others?

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Coral reefs are important ecosystems that are currently experiencing massive global declines due to a variety of factors.  The Matz lab at UT Austin looks for certain corals that may be more resistant to harmful environmental changes in hopes of securing a better future for our reefs. Come and learn about these beautiful ocean creatures!

Science Under the Stars is a free public outreach lecture series in Austin, Texas. Events start at 7:30pm outdoors at Brackenridge Field Laboratory, 2907 Lake Austin Blvd, Austin, Texas 78703. Arrive early for refreshments and fun activities for kids of all ages! Guided tours of the field lab start at 7pm (wear sturdy shoes and bring water)!

8 responses to “Rachel Wright”

  1. Lee-leng Chew says :

    Hi, we were looking forward to your event on 9/18. Due to weather condition we did not go but we did not get a notification that it was canceled either. Did the event get postponed to 9/25?

  2. Munsi says :

    Hi,

    I’m wondering what the schedule looks like for Fall 2014?
    It seems like it hasn’t been posted yet; I’d like to plan for these dates but would need to know in advance. It didn’t seem like the Sept. 18 session got much publicity.

    Thanks,
    MK

  3. ella Swartzendruber says :

    I was wondering if you knew how I could contact Rachel Wright. I’m the girl that went up and asked about polyps and I wanted to ask some follow up questions.

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