November 1, 2014

LabNotes, Spring 2014

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Eight University of Chicago undergraduates spent two days at the MBL in March as part of the University’s Careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Program. Their robust schedule included meetings with MBL deputy director of research and programs Jonathan Gitlin and associate director of education Joel Smith, and tours of the Marine Resources Tank Room, EOL, and National Xenopus Resource.  The students also participated in a microscopy demonstration by Cellular Dynamics Program scientists and a lectures by MBL scientists Roger Hanlon and Stephanie Forgerson. They ended their visit with a tour of the National Marine Fisheries Science Aquarium.

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Harvard-MBL Bioengineering Collaboration Uncovers New Reflective Mechanism in Cuttlefish Skin

Different Sponge Species Have Highly Specific and Stable Microbiomes, MBL Scientists Report
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