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S.C. Sea Grant Consortium News

From Spent Brewery Grains to Sustainable Fish Food

From Spent Brewery Grains to Sustainable Fish Food

As part of the Consortium’s 2020-2022 research portfolio, the Mariculture section at the S.C. Department of Natural Resources is collaborating with three Charleston-area craft breweries to evaluate the potential of using dried spent grains from the beer-brewing process as an ingredient in fish feeds.

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Jump-Starting Careers for Students

Jump-Starting Careers for Students

The Consortium launched a Career webpage for undergraduate and graduate students interested in potential job opportunities, fellowships, and locating a mentor in their field of study.

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Finegan Joins the Consortium

Finegan Joins the Consortium

Katie Finegan, PE, recently joined the Consortium as coastal processes program specialist, a position shared with the Burroughs and Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies at Coastal Carolina University.

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