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The Wave

The BMSC graphic ‘wave’ is inspired by the action of ocean waves, and is designed to create an immersive, bold, unified, and memorable look. The wave concept allows for both a transparent or opaque graphic, overlaying images such as marine organisms and incorporating the BMSC Logo. The Wave Social Media Banners Poster & PowerPoint Footers…
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Colours

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The BMSC Logo

The BMSC logo is the primary element of our visual identity system and should appear on all BMSC communications. Our Logo BMSC Logo Versions BMSC + Member University Logos Logo Colours Clear Space Minimum Sizing Incorrect Applications Logo Placement The Original Bamfield Marine Station Logo Contact us to request the use of our logo, or…
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Visual Identity

Introduction BMSC’s programs are diverse and distinctive, yet they are each part of an institution with shared values and a common purpose. Every time members of BMSC communicate with the public, they influence our reputation and shape our brand. The tools we use to communicate — advertisements, signs, publications, videos, websites, presentations — all contribute…
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How do lake-invading marine stickleback survive cold winters?

Marine stickleback have repeatedly invaded freshwater environments. On the Pacific coast of Canada, freshwater lakes are colder during the winter than the ocean – so how do marine stickleback invaders survive?

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Jean-Michel (JM) Ledet

JM joins the Bamfield Marine Science Centre Administration Team!  Excited about supporting all programs and departments, JM brings a Masters in Business and a Bachelor of Commerce from Royal Roads University.  Following 20 years in Business and Managing Partner of a BC Automotive Dealership, JM is eager to share his business management experiences to the…

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Join the #BMSCLive Science Odyssey Adventures!

So many fabulous Canada-wide Science Odyssey events – join #BMSCLive May 5 & 11!

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BMSC during COVID

Take a journey with us, and discover what has been happening at the “BMSC during COVID”.

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