Author: Diana Kenney

Seeing the Ocean Through Alien Eyes | In the Deep by Quartz

Seeing the Ocean Through Alien Eyes | In the Deep by Quartz

Dive into the fantastic world of cephalopod camouflage in this video featuring MBL Senior Scientist Roger Hanlon. It’s the first episode in a new ocean science series produced by Quartz (part of The Atlantic Monthly) for Facebook. The video was produced by Erik Olsen, who accompanied Hanlon on several dives. Olsen, formerly a video journalist

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Q & A with Neuroethologist Melissa Coleman | Current Biology

Q & A with Neuroethologist Melissa Coleman | Current Biology

Neuroscientist and Grass Foundation Trustee Melissa Coleman reflects on the major influences on her career path, including her interactions at MBL as a student in the Neural Systems & Behavior course and as a Grass Fellow. Coleman is currently on the faculty of the W.M. Keck Science Department of Claremont, McKenna, Pitzer, and Scripps Colleges

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Michael Rosbash, Former Embryology Course Faculty, Receives Nobel Prize

Michael Rosbash, Former Embryology Course Faculty, Receives Nobel Prize

Congratulations to Michael Rosbash of Brandeis University/Howard Hughes Medical Institute, who today was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discoveries concerning the molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythm. Rosbash, who was on the faculty of the MBL Embryology course in 1976, 1979, 1981, 1983 and 1986 (and who delivered a Friday Evening

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Summer Undergraduates at MBL Inspire a Variety of Research Topics

Summer Undergraduates at MBL Inspire a Variety of Research Topics

By Emily Zollo

As the summer spills into fall, nearly 60 undergraduates who spent the summer at MBL are returning home to more than 25 institutions around the nation, having found many opportunities to learn from the scientific talent and generous biodiversity of the Woods Hole ecosystem.