Author: Diana Kenney

UChicago’s Graduate Bootcamp at MBL Piques Interest of Educators

UChicago's Graduate Bootcamp at MBL Piques Interest of Educators

This fall on the MBL campus, the week-long QBio Bootcamp for University of Chicago graduate students will be held for the fifth time. The intensive training session in quantitative biology—combined with a responsible research course taught later in the academic year—prepares students in the Biological Sciences Division with the programming, statistics, and documentation practices they

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MBL’s Kristen Hunter-Cevera is named a Simons Early Career Investigator

MBL's Kristen Hunter-Cevera is named a Simons Early Career Investigator

Kristen Hunter-Cevera, a Hibbitt Early Career Fellow at the MBL, has received a three-year award as one of nine Simons Early Career Investigators in Marine Microbial Ecology and Evolution. These awards from the Simons Foundation are intended to help launch the careers of outstanding investigators in microbial ecology. Hunter-Cevera is studying the striking differences, or

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Course Alumni, Faculty, Whitman Scientists Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Course Alumni, Faculty, Whitman Scientists Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Congratulations to 17 MBL course alumni, former faculty, and Whitman Scientists who were recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences, in recognition of their “distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.” They are: Basbaum, Allan I, University of California, San Francisco Alumnus, Computer-BioMed II, 1980 Boyden, Edward S., HHMI/Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alumnus, Neural

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A Wonderful Close to a Light Microscopy Course | @AQLMMBL

A Wonderful Close to a Light Microscopy Course | @AQLMMBL

The Analytical and Quantitative Light Microscopy course, founded by MBL Distinguished Scientist Shinya Inoué in the early 1980s, just wrapped up for 2019. Visit their Twitter feed for an eyeful of beautiful images created by students! A wonderful close to #aqlm2019 — Alexey Khodjakov giving the Shinya Inoue endowed lectureship. At the Captain Kidd no

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Morgan Lab Study is One of Most-Read Neuroscience Papers in Scientific Reports

Morgan Lab Study is One of Most-Read Neuroscience Papers in Scientific Reports

One of the 100 most-read neuroscience papers in Scientific Reports in 2018 was a study led by MBL Associate Scientist Jennifer Morgan, director of the Eugene Bell Center for Regenerative Biology and Tissue Engineering. Morgan’s article, which placed 25th out of more than 1,627 neuroscience papers published, reported that many of the genes involved in

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