October 4, 2015

Serendipity, MBL Style

Stentor credit micro scope and EOL

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


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


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 […]

Becoming Fearless: The Neural Systems and Behavior Experience

The 2014 NS&B class with faculty from cycles 3 and 4. Credit:  Mufaddal Baghdadwala

By Wojciech Mikoluszko The following is an edited interview with André Fenton of New York University and Hans A. Hofmann of University of Texas, co-directors of the MBL Neural Systems and Behavior (NS&B) course. This is your second year as NS&B co-directors, for which you spend eight weeks of your summer engaged in very intense […]

Why Antibiotics Remain in the U.S. Food Supply: A Special Lecture at the MBL on July 26

In the Whitman Center: Tadpoles Aid Neural Regeneration Research


Why Do Our Limbs Look the Way They Do? Ask a Skate

Skate swimming in MRC Laurel Hamers

From the Grass Lab: Inside the Mosquito Brain


“Where the Sun Never Sleeps (and Neither Do the Scientists)” – Field Notes from Toolik Lake, Alaska