2016 Friday Evening Lecture Series Announced

The Marine Biological Laboratory is pleased to announce the 2016 Friday Evening Lecture schedule. The series kicks off June 17 and will run each Friday through August 19. All lectures will be held at 8:00 PM in the MBL’s Lillie Auditorium, 7 MBL Street, Woods Hole and live-streamed at videocenter.mbl.edu. The hour-long lectures are geared […]

MBL Scientists Identify Drug that Improves Neuronal Survival after Spinal Cord Injury in Lamprey

By Diana Kenney Spinal cord injury (SCI) in humans typically has a poor prognosis, including permanent losses in mobility and sensation, reflecting in part our very limited capacity for neural regeneration. To understand these limits on recovery after SCI, MBL Associate Scientist Jennifer Morgan studies the lamprey, a fish that can spontaneously regenerate neurons after […]

Of Whales, Scales, and Microbes: New Program for UChicago Undergraduates at MBL Offers Broad View of Marine Biodiversity

MBL Announces New Education Director

Rae Nishi, Ph.D., Professor of Neurological Sciences at the University of Vermont (UVM), has been named the Burroughs Wellcome Director of Education at the MBL, a title that recognizes a gift to the MBL from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. Nishi succeeds William Reznikoff, Ph.D., who has been the MBL Director of Education since 2010. Her […]

What is a “Discovery Course?” HHMI Program Alumni Find Out

By Diana Kenney After spending two days and evenings observing the MBL Physiology class in action, Juan Pablo Ruiz texted to his mother, “This is the way science should be — curiosity, freedom, and intensity.” Ruiz was visiting the MBL with 11 other alumni of the Exceptional Research Opportunities Program (EXROP), an initiative of the […]

From Octopus Development to Arctic Change: UChicago Graduate Students Pursue Research Questions at the MBL

By Kelsey Calhoun From octopus embryology to the proteins active in Arctic soil, University of Chicago graduate students are exploring a range of questions at the MBL this summer as recipients of a University of Chicago Graduate Student Research Award. Now in its second year, this program enables selected UChicago students to enroll in an […]

Forbes Lecture to Explore Sodium and Calcium Channels from Discovery to Current Understanding

MBL Celebration of Discovery to Focus on Research and Education Partnerships and Opportunities

Neuroscientists Invited to Apply for a Travel Award to Attend the SPINES Neuroscience Symposium in Chicago

Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble ACJW to Perform at MBL, July 26