Author: Diana Kenney

Feature Video on Roger Hanlon’s Research Wins Edward R. Murrow Award

Feature Video on Roger Hanlon's Research Wins Edward R. Murrow Award

An 8-minute video about MBL Senior Scientist Roger Hanlon‘s research has won one of the most prestigious awards in journalism, an Edward R. Murrow Award for Feature Reporting. “In the Deep,” produced by Erik Olsen of Quartz, follows Hanlon from Woods Hole to the South Pacific as he tests a custom, underwater camera that sees the

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Watching Minis Sparkle in the Neurobiology Course | @HaniehFalahati

Watching Minis Sparkle in the Neurobiology Course | @HaniehFalahati

Minis? Sparse twinkles? Below, MBL Neurobiology course faculty member Michael Hoppa explains what is happening in this sparkling video. Visualizing the minis in neurons as sparse twinkles @MBLScience with @MichaelHoppa @RRamos_Neuro @JMAndradeL pic.twitter.com/1gIldyZ8tr — Hanieh Falahati (@HaniehFalahati) August 1, 2018 By Michael Hoppa, Dartmouth College Faculty, MBL Neurobiology course 2018 This movie was obtained by

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“Convening Science” Book Series About MBL Launches with “Visions of Cell Biology”

"Convening Science" Book Series About MBL Launches with "Visions of Cell Biology"

The first fruit of the Convening Science: Discovery at the Marine Biological Laboratory book series, published by University of Chicago Press, was toasted in a recent author’s talk held at the MBLWHOI Library. “Visions of Cell Biology” is a volume of scientific, historical, and philosophical essays on a field of research that has been intimately

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