Category: MBL in the News

Former MBL Trustee Claire M. Fraser is President-Elect of AAAS

Former MBL Trustee Claire M. Fraser is President-Elect of AAAS

Former MBL Trustee Claire M. Fraser has been named president-elect of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest multidisciplinary science society. An expert in microbial genomics, Fraser founded and directs the Institute for Genome Sciences at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She will begin her term on Feb. 18

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Those We Lost in 2018 | The Scientist Magazine

Those We Lost in 2018 | The Scientist Magazine

The late MBL scientist Osamu Shimomura, 2008 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, is in this list. By Ashley Yeager The scientific community said goodbye to a number of leading researchers this year. Read more … Photo: Aequorea victoria, the species of jellyfish Osamu Shimomura used to isolate green fluorescent protein. © ISTOCK.COM, GARYKAVANAGH Source: Those We

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MBL Fellow’s Research Contributes to ‘Breakthroughs of the Year’ | Science

MBL Fellow's Research Contributes to 'Breakthroughs of the Year' | Science

Work by MBL Fellow Amy Gladfelter was included in one of ten nominated categories for Science magazine’s Breakthrough of the Year. Announced on Dec. 20, the winning category was Development Cell by Cell. This breakthrough, selected both by Science and by a Reader’s Poll, refers to great leaps in scientists’ ability to track which genes are

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