Category: The MBL Global Community

Course Alumni, Faculty, Whitman Scientists Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Course Alumni, Faculty, Whitman Scientists Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Congratulations to 17 MBL course alumni, former faculty, and Whitman Scientists who were recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences, in recognition of their “distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.” They are: Basbaum, Allan I, University of California, San Francisco Alumnus, Computer-BioMed II, 1980 Boyden, Edward S., HHMI/Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alumnus, Neural

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At World Economic Forum in Davos, Support for MBL Research is Voiced

At World Economic Forum in Davos, Support for MBL Research is Voiced

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Princeton professor and MBL Whitman Scientist Clifford Brangwynne advocated for philanthropy for the Marine Biological Laboratory and other institutions that are discovering and studying marine life. “The technologies of tomorrow come from the discoveries in basic research today,” he said. “The ocean, with its incredible biodiversity —

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MBL Alumni are Named Fellows of American Association for Advancement of Science

MBL Alumni are Named Fellows of American Association for Advancement of Science

Congratulations to several members of the MBL’s alumni community who have been elected Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a lifetime honor in recognition of their extraordinary achievements in advancing science. New Fellows of the AAAS Sections on Biological Sciences, Medical Sciences, and Neurosciences include: Section on Biological Sciences Holly M.

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Remembering Woods Hole Scientists: Their Final Resting Places | The Hydra Lab

Remembering Woods Hole Scientists: Their Final Resting Places | The Hydra Lab

Scores of scientists over the past century have considered Woods Hole their second home, and some chose it as their final place of rest. Last summer, students from the Hydra Lab in the MBL Whitman Center created an interactive map of scientists’ tombstones in the Church of the Messiah cemetery in Woods Hole. It’s a

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