October 10, 2015

Edward Rubin to Discuss “Genomic Dark Matter” at August 7 Friday Evening Lecture

Edward Rubin

“Escaping Flatland” Workshop to Probe 3-D Imaging of Biological Architecture and Events (Aug. 7-8 at MBL)


Deep Horizons: Discovering Life Below the Seafloor

Martin Cohn to Discuss Development and Evolution of External Genitalia at July 24 Friday Evening Lecture


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


Symposium to Honor NIH’s Tom Reese: Discoverer, Collaborator, and MBL Neurobiology Course Mentor


By Diana Kenney “What’s that?” a student in the MBL Neurobiology course asked Tom Reese of the National Institutes of Health last week, as they looked at a black-and-white image of brain structure with an electron microscope. “It’s a blood vessel,” Reese said, and then guided him to see the junctions between its specialized endothelial […]

Can’t Believe Their Eyes: Grass Fellow Explores Puzzling Discovery of Light-Sensitive Cells in Zebrafish Tails

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


New Exhibit Celebrates Discovery at the MBL

Discovery Never Ends Exhibit Meigs Room

A new exhibit that chronicles milestones in the MBL’s 125+ year history is now open for viewing in the Meigs Room of the MBL’s Swope Conference Center, 5 North Street, Woods Hole. Anchored by a 22-foot timeline, the exhibit features MBL discoveries and achievements from the laboratory’s 1888 founding to recent milestones including the MBL’s […]

The Microbiome and Its Influence on Human Health and Well-Being Topic of July 10 MBL Friday Evening Lecture

Jack Gilbert

WOODS HOLE, MA—The microbiome—the communities of trillions of microorganisms that live in our guts—has been implicated in numerous aspects of our health and well-being. The average human gut contains 500 to 1,000 bacterial species, which contribute to our ability to digest our food, our potential to gain weight, and even influences aspects of our mental […]