Author: Diana Kenney

Behold the Bizarre and Beautiful First Cleavage of a Ctenophore | @TessaMontague

Behold the Bizarre and Beautiful First Cleavage of a Ctenophore | @TessaMontague

We love it when Twitter is as fascinated by embryology as we are! Tessa Montague, a graduate student at Harvard University, captured this video while enrolled in the 2017 MBL Embryology Course. The clip turned out to be wildly popular when she posted it on Twitter. Below, Montague describes catching and imaging the ctenophores. She

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MBL’s Mitchell Sogin to Integrate Activities of Deep Life Community

MBL's Mitchell Sogin to Integrate Activities of Deep Life Community

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has awarded a grant to MBL Distinguished Scientist Mitchell Sogin to integrate and synthesize the activities of the Deep Life Community, an international team of more than 250 scientists studying the microbes that live deep underground. The Deep Life Community is part of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Deep Carbon

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