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 […]

Erle Ellis to Discuss Ecology in a Human Biosphere at August 14 Friday Evening Lecture

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

“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