Author: Diana Kenney

Artists, Scientists Share Insights on The Great Marsh in March 17 Event

Artists, Scientists Share Insights on The Great Marsh in March 17 Event

Artists, scientists, and residents all treasure the expansive Great Marsh on the northeastern Massachusetts coast. On March 17, they will convene for “Restoration Matters,” a virtual symposium on Great Marsh ecology and preservation. A special feature will be “Coffee Break with Artists of the Great Marsh,” an exhibit of paintings, photography, and music evoking the

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MBL’s Emil Ruff Receives Simons Early Career Investigator Award

MBL’s Emil Ruff Receives Simons Early Career Investigator Award

The Simons Foundation has selected MBL Assistant Scientist Emil Ruff for a 2021 Early Career Investigator in Marine Microbial Ecology and Evolution Award. This three-year award will fund continued research on novel lineages of Chlorobi, bacteria that Ruff previously sampled from Trunk River in Falmouth, Mass., and investigated with members of his lab and with

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MBL Alumni Receive HHMI Hanna Gray Awards, Sloan Research Fellowships

MBL Alumni Receive HHMI Hanna Gray Awards, Sloan Research Fellowships

Congratulations to MBL alumni Leah Guthrie and Guillaume Urtecho, two of 21 Hanna Gray Fellows selected by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in 2020. The Hanna Gray Fellows are exceptional early-career scientists who will each receive up to $1.4 million over four years in support of their research. Guthrie, a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University,

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MBL Receives Grant to Establish Advanced Light-Sheet Microscopy Laboratory

MBL Receives Grant to Establish Advanced Light-Sheet Microscopy Laboratory

As the MBL takes a leading role in developing new and emerging research organisms such as squid, butterflies, axolotls, etc., there is a growing need for optical microscopes that can image large embryos/organisms for several hours to days, without harming them due to light exposure. To meet this need, the MBL recently received a grant

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