July 23, 2014

MBL Course Students Featured in “Why I Do Science”

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Dance, Science to Collide in ‘Bodystorming’ Performance

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Shinya Inoué is Designated Honorary Scholar at Friday Harbor Laboratory’s E.S. Morse Institute

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Art and Science Combine in Exhibit of FASEB Journal Covers at MBL

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Microbial Diversity Course to Receive “Milestones in Microbiology Site” Honor

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@mbl: Searching for a Solution to Coral Bleaching

Top view of a day-old spawned Porites spp. larvae. Composite image seen under a fluorescent microscope. Symbiotic zooxanthellae autofluorescence in red, larvae epidermis autofluorescence in green. Courtesy of Guillermo Yudowski

New Insight on Cuttlefish Decision-Making During Adaptive Camouflage

Long-Term Tundra Warming Study Yields Unexpected Results; Provides Insight into Ecosystem’s Resiliency

Deep Carbon Observatory Releases Volume, “Carbon on Earth”

Students Present Environmental Science Research Results at MBL Student Symposium, December 14

Printable version (pdf) MBL, WOODS HOLE, MA—The public is invited to attend a symposium featuring the research results of 17 undergraduate students who have spent the last 10 weeks participating in the Marine Biological Laboratory’s (MBL’s) Semester in Environmental Sciences (SES) program. The symposium will be held from 8:20 AM to 3:00 PM on Friday, […]