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

MBL’s Semester in Environmental Science Open to UChicago Students

What a Winter! But We’ve Got This

MBL Study Details Impact of Genetic Defect on Nerve Cells in Parkinson’s Disease

Contact: Diana Kenney, Marine Biological Laboratory 508-289-7139; dkenney@mbl.edu Parkinson’s disease is a slow-progressing neurodegenerative disorder that afflicts about 4 to 6 million people worldwide, most of them over the age of 50. Its major symptoms are problems with movement: shakiness, slowness, rigidity, imbalance, and difficulty walking. There is no known cure. The causes of Parkinson’s […]

Donation from Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation Supports New UChicago Professorship in Tissue Engineering with Appointment in MBL’s Bell Center

Second Scientific Retreat Moves MBL, University of Chicago Toward “A New Era in Discovery”