MBL Announces New Recipients of MBL-UChicago-Argonne Collaboration Awards

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mbl-uc-argonne.award.recipients.15The Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) has announced new recipients of the MBL-UChicago/Argonne Collaboration Awards.

These awards support innovative scientific collaborations among faculty at the MBL and UChicago/Argonne, in service of laying the foundation for long-term interactions between the institutions. Teams of at least one UChicago/Argonne and one MBL resident scientist are eligible to receive the awards. The following projects were awarded:
“Structural investigations of a protein-primed reverse transcriptase”
Irina Arkhipova, Bay Paul Center, and collaborator Phoebe Rice, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, University of Chicago“Color visual perception: advancing sensory ecology with innovative neural modeling and hyperspectral imaging”
Roger Hanlon, Bell Center, and collaborators Stephanie Palmer and Mark Westneat, Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy, University of Chicago“The molecular evolution of a neuron”
Jennifer Morgan, Bell Center, and collaborators Melina Hale, Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy, University of Chicago, and Jeramiah Smith, Biology Department, University of Kentucky

“Can biodiversity and ecological function be restored to the residential landscape? A MBL-University of Chicago-Nature Conservancy workshop to develop science for testing the efficacy of backyard management”
Christopher Neill, Ecosystems Center, and collaborators Charles Catlett, Urban Center for Computation and Data, University of Chicago; Andrew Chien, Department of Computer Science, University of Chicago; and Tom Chase, The Nature Conservancy