December 23, 2014

Meet Joyce & Ed Enos – A Tribute on the Eve of their Retirement

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When Joyce Enos started working at the MBL, the average cost of a new home was under $14,000, America was in the height of “Beatlemania,” and the Vietnam War was escalating at a rapid pace.    The year was 1965. Joyce was hired as a secretary for the Supply Department, a precursor to today’s Marine Resources […]

MBL Staffers Welcome Joan Ruderman

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Nearly two hundred MBL staffers gathered in the Meigs Room on Nov. 14 for an afternoon tea to meet Joan Ruderman, the MBL’s new president and director. Ruderman was already a familiar face to many in the room, as she has been affiliated with the MBL since 1974, when she was a student in the […]

August 17th MBL Friday Evening Lecture to Explore How Bacteria “Talk”

Bonnie Bassler

Printable version (pdf) Bonnie L. Bassler, a world-renowned molecular biologist whose discoveries regarding how bacteria “talk” to each other launched a revolution in biological and medical research, will discuss her research and its implications for new infection treatment at the final 2012 MBL (Marine Biological Laboratory) Friday Evening Lecture on August 17. The lecture, titled […]

Developer of Dog Genome Project to Discuss Genetics Behind Dog Traits at MBL Friday Evening Lecture, June 29

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Printable version (pdf) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 Contact: Gina Hebert Senior Publicist/Development Communications Marine Biological Laboratory Phone: (508) 289-7725 E-Mail: ghebert@mbl.edu   Canine genetics a model for understanding human development   MBL, Woods Hole, MA –Dr. Elaine Ostrander, Chief of the Cancer Genetics Branch at the National Human Genome Research Institute of […]