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TED Features Video on Novel Model Organisms by MBL Fellow Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado

TED Features Video on Novel Model Organisms by MBL Fellow Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado

TED, the nonprofit organization “devoted to spreading ideas” that has grown from a single conference to a global powerhouse, has selected a talk by MBL Fellow Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado to feature on its homepage at TED.com.  Sánchez Alvarado’s talk, “To Solve Old Problems, Study New Species,” begins at the MBL, which he calls “arguably the

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Thinking Big: MBL Historian Reflects on Science, Policy, and Digitization

By Raleigh McElvery The MBL is home to a variety of researchers studying a myriad of life forms, but Jane Maienschein is an expert on one particular, understudied species—a sub-classification of historian known as the “historian of science.” She also happens to be one herself. Maienschein has co-directed the annual Seminar in the History of

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Busy Squid Hatchlings! | @ZYanWang

Posted by University of Chicago graduate student Z. Yan Wang, who studies the neurobiology of octopuses in the laboratory of Associate Professor Clifton Ragsdale: .@MBLScience squid bbs hatching 🙂 hello world 👋🏼 pic.twitter.com/9bTL8nRz8Z — Z Yan Wang (@ZYanWang) August 16, 2016