Did you know that there was just a single class taught during MBL’s inaugural season? Or that that first summer, seven scientific investigators came to Woods Hole (and four of them were women)? Take a trip back to 1888 with Jen Walton, MBL Archivist and co-director of the MBL-WHOI Library, to learn all abut the
Editor’s note, Feb. 2019: The portrait of E.E. Just is now complete and hanging in Erman Hall on the UChicago campus. The portrait was commissioned by a group of students from the University’s Biological Sciences Division. By Angela Wells O’Connor Ernest Everett Just, PhD, spent only three academic quarters on the University of Chicago campus. A professor
By Marina Davalos What would compel the Emperor of Japan, visiting the United States to shore up post-war relations between the two countries, to include a side trip to Woods Hole? Pretty much the same thing that brings visitors from all over the world to Woods Hole: science. During a two-week trip to the U.S.