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First map of whole-body muscle activity in #Hydra brings team closer to cracking the neural code! Video credit: John Szymanski
How do rod-shaped bacteria stay so slender while growing end-to-end? A new paper from Harvard University in collaboration with MBL microscopy developer Rudolf Oldenbourg explains.
Computational skills are a necessity in biology today, and UChicago's Quantitative Biology bootcamp at MBL is a model for graduate training that could be adapted to other groups.
More striped bass magic! 
Photo: Steve Zottoli
Join MBL's Duygu Ă–zpolat to explore science, art & worlds in between on WCAI's Living Lab radio program this Sunday, May 19 at Noon on WGBH (Boston) and again on Monday at 9 AM and 7 PM on WCAI (Cape Cod and Islands)
Congratulations to MBL Hibbitt Fellow Kristen Hunter-Cevera, recently named a Simons Early Career Investigator in Marine Microbial Ecology and Evolution.
A study co-led by Jennifer Morgan at MBL was the 25th most-read neuroscience paper in Scientific Reports in 2018! The study reported on genetic commonalities in nervous system repair between the lamprey and mammals.
Join us for a special SUNDAY Falmouth Forum as we wrap up the season with @CapeSymphony Conductor, Jung-Ho Pak. 
Lillie Auditorium, 7 MBL Street, Woods Hole. Free parking in any MBL lot.
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