This piece was first published on the MBL website in 2007. “Woods Hole is a wonderful place to come for research. There are biologists here from all over the country. If you want to talk to them, you just come here in the summer instead of traveling all around the country to find them in
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.