March 3, 2015

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Microscopist and MBL Visiting Scientist and Faculty Member Eric Betzig

Eric Betzig tests one of his super-resolution microscopes, still under development, at the MBL. Credit: Tom Kleindinst

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Diana Kenney, Marine Biological Laboratory 508-685-3525 (cell); 508-289-7139; dkenney@mbl.edu WOODS HOLE, Mass.—When Eric Betzig loaded his hand-built, “bleeding edge” super-resolution microscope into an SUV in 2007 and drove it up to the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) for biologists to “test drive” it, it was immediately embraced as a major breakthrough in […]

Julie Huber Delves into the Deep-Sea “Dark Energy Biosphere”

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Congressman Bill Keating Visits the MBL

Salt Marsh Strategies: How Plum Island is Holding Up Against Sea-Level Rise and Climate Change

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@MBL: A New Method for Checking the Ocean’s Health

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University of Chicago Graduate Student Research Awardees Discover the MBL

Serendipity, MBL Style

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@MBL: Origin of Life Symposium Prompts Discussion on Early Evolution

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@MBL: Adam Cohen Receives Inaugural Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists

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PEP Broadens the Woods Hole Net

PEP student Ola Olawoyin conducts field work in

By Laurel Hamers Among scientists, Woods Hole holds an international reputation as a hotspot for research. Especially during the summer, the community brims with geographic diversity, attracting visiting scientists from around the world. Yet it is still lacking in diversity in a very important aspect: with members of traditionally underrepresented groups in science in the […]