Last week several students of the CFRN Lobster Node attended the Atlantic Canada Coastal & Estuarine Science Society (ACCESS) conference at the Centre of Geographic Sciences in Nova Scotia. Once again, they did extremely well with their posters and presentations and picked up most of the student prizes! Congratulations to Kristin Dinning for best oral presentation by a graduate student, and to Brady Quinn for best poster by a graduate student. Feng Tang is also doing research related to the Lobster Node and won best oral presentation by an undergraduate student. All three students are at UNBSJ and working with Dr. Rémy Rochette.