Author: Diana Kenney

Microscopy Technologies Invented at MBL to be Augmented Through New Grant Award

Microscopy Technologies Invented at MBL to be Augmented Through New Grant Award

The National Institutes of Health has awarded a grant to MBL Associate Scientist Michael Shribak to further develop two microscopy techniques that were invented at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL): quantitative orientation-independent differential interference contrast (OI-DIC) and polarized light microscopy. Shribak’s proposed next-generation techniques will be used to study the architectural dynamics of live biological specimens, with emphasis on events associated

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MBL and Woods Hole Oceanographic Renew Library Partnership | @MBLWHOI Library

MBL and Woods Hole Oceanographic Renew Library Partnership | @MBLWHOI Library

Last week, the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) renewed its memorandum of understanding with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) for their shared scientific library, the MBLWHOI Library. Established at the MBL in 1888 by scientist Cornelia Clapp, the Library began to collaborate on collections with WHOI when the latter was founded in 1930. Today, the MBLWHOI

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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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