Category: Course Connection

UChicago Lab Schools Students Explore Woods Hole Science

During the summer of 2015, high-schoolers from the UChicago Laboratory Schools spent a week at the MBL exploring marine research. They’re back! More info on the Laboratory Schools is here. The University of Chicago Laboratory School is in full swing at the MBL this week! @uchicago 📷 by @avalanchevocals #scientistsinthemaking A photo posted by Marine

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Marc Mayes Defends Ph.D. Dissertation in Brown-MBL Graduate Program

Marc Mayes Defends Ph.D. Dissertation in Brown-MBL Graduate Program

By Marc Mayes and Alison Maksym Marc Mayes, a student in the Brown-Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) Graduate Program in Biological and Environmental Sciences, successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation on July 27 at Brown University in Providence, R.I. Mayes’ dissertation was titled, “Forest nutrient cycling and remote sensing of land cover in Miombo Woodlands.” Mayes is

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That crab has rhythm: Exploring controls on digestion in Neural Systems & Behavior

That crab has rhythm: Exploring controls on digestion in Neural Systems & Behavior

By Raleigh McElvery When it comes to explaining crab digestion, three-letter acronyms abound. Luckily, Neural Systems and Behavior course instructor David Schulz of the University of Missouri comes to Woods Hole to translate. Schulz aims to decipher not only the lexicon of crustacean feeding, but also how gene expression affects the neural network processes responsible.

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