All will benefit from the MBL’s convening environment, which is dedicated to offering scientists the space, time, inspiration, and support to intensively pursue research of fundamental importance.
The 2018 lineup of speakers will explore some of the most fascinating subjects in science today including the historical origins of the U. opioid crisis, understanding how the brain controls parenting behavior, and how “frugal science” can improve science accessibility to better human and planetary health to communities around the world.
The series kicks off June 15, 2018 and will run each Friday through August 10.
They also have opportunities to explore the rich scientific resources in Woods Hole.
The Biomedical Hands-On Research Course is co-directed by Charles “Brad” Shuster, Ph.
They discover the complex ways that added nitrogen alters coastal ecosystems, including their capacity to keep up with sea-level rise and impacts on marine life and coastal food webs.