NEWS

March 20th, 2019

Bluefin tuna tagged by Block Lab scientists pass submerged ocean "listening lines" and bring new insights into species' survival over a 10 year period.

February 2019

Dr. Block and TAG A Giant featured in February 2019 issue of Sport Fishing Magazine, highlighting their partnership with southern California

anglers

September 25th, 2018

Dr. Block and TAG A Giant get help from southern California anglers in their latest effort to tag and study northern Pacific Bluefin Tuna migration

MAY 22nd, 2018

Stanford researchers explore the mysterious White Shark Cafe in month long oceanographic cruise

March 16th, 2018

Against the elements

David Jacoby, postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Zoology, writes about his experience on the expedition to BIOT with Stanford scientists to service their acoustic receivers and tag sharks.

March 12th, 2018

Being a Rubber Duck in the Indian Ocean!

David Curnick, postdoc at the Institute of Zoology, writes about his experience on fieldwork to British Indian Ocean Territory with scientists from the Block Lab.

FEBRUARY 22nd, 2018

Stanford researchers use satellites to map global fishing footprint

OCTOBER 3rd, 2017

Tag-A-Giant 

scientists featured in Nova Scotia news for Atlantic bluefin tuna research work

JULY 20th, 2017

Stanford researchers discover biological hydraulic system in tuna fins

JUNE 13th, 2017

DNA left by ocean animals provides rare glimpse of marine ecosystems, Stanford researchers say

JANUARY 31st, 2017

Substance in crude oil harms fish hearts, could affect humans as well

JANUARY 31st, 2017

Large marine protected areas effectively protect reef shark populations, Stanford scientists find

SEPTEMBER 5th, 2016

World Heritage Site Status Sought For Slice Of Central Coast Ocean

July 1st, 2016

Stanford Scientists featured in Discovery Channel's Shark Week Finale: "Blue Serengeti"