Category: Course Connection

My First Confocal Image Ever (Embryology Course) | @Bugs_and_Slugs

My First Confocal Image Ever (Embryology Course) | @Bugs_and_Slugs

The Embryology course ended on July 17, but the student-generated images keep coming! For more, check out #embryo2017 on Twitter. My 1st confocal image ever. ant Zebrafish embryo w/ Histone 2B-RFP & membrane: lye-citrine RNAs #embryo2017 @zeiss_micro 880 @MBLScience pic.twitter.com/2OfnAT3t1D — Vanessa Knutson (@Bugs_and_Slugs) July 19, 2017

Impressions on the MBL REU Program | UIW Blog

Impressions on the MBL REU Program | UIW Blog

By Veronica Martinez-Acosta and Shannon O’Bryant Veronica Martinez-Acosta, associate professor of biology at University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas, is co-director of the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program (REU)  at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) in Woods Hole, Mass. UIW student Shannon O’Bryant and Martinez-Acosta share their first impressions

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Scenes from the July 4th Woods Hole Parade

Scenes from the July 4th Woods Hole Parade

As some of the MBL Advanced Research Training Courses conclude and others are just gearing up, here’s a look back at the always festive and creative July 4th Woods Hole Parade. MBL Interim Co-Director Melina Hale (in flag hat) stepped in with a smile to lead this year’s parade. Slideshow by Emily Zollo.

National Academy of Sciences Elects Eleven MBL Alumni, Faculty

National Academy of Sciences Elects Eleven MBL Alumni, Faculty

The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) has announced the election of 84 new members and 21 foreign associates, including several MBL course faculty and alumni. NAS members are elected by their peers in the Academy, in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original scientific research. Congratulations to: Belkaid, Yasmine (National Institutes of Health)

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