News from 2016

  • Announcement

Congratulations to the 2016 Rhino Cup Winners!

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  • Research

STAMP COLLECTING GETS IMPORTANT [SANES LAB]

The complex circuits of the brain are built from thousands of types of neurons. More than a century ago, Santiago Ramon y Cajal founded what we now call…

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  • Education

MCB GRADUATE STUDENT BALANCES LAB WORK AND OUTREACH

Tessa Montague, originally from London and now a fifth-year MCO graduate student in the Schier lab, is not afraid of work. Besides maintaining her own graduate research and…

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  • Education

SEVEN MCB POSTDOCS RECEIVE FELLOWSHIPS

Ryunosuke Amo  Naoshige Uchida lab Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Postdoctoral Fellowship Project title: Elucidating the neural circuit mechanism underlying prediction error computation in dopamine neurons…

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  • Announcement

Winners of the 2016 MCB Staff Badminton Tournament

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  • Research

JOHN DOWLING NAMED DISTINGUISHED SCIENTIST OF THE MARINE BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY

John E. Dowling, Ph.D., the Gordon and Llura Gund Research Professor of Neurosciences at Harvard University and Professor of Ophthalmology (Neuroscience) at Harvard Medical School, has been named…

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  • Education

HARVARD STUDENTS PROMOTE LATINX OUTREACH

With support from two leading Latinx* organizations, MCO students Gonzalo Gonzalez-Del Pino, Linda Honaker, and Alexandra Mattei participated in Step into Stem (SiS): Exposing Girls to STEM Careers…

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  • Education

INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION OF SCIENTISTS WITH SELFIES

Matt Smith, a second-year graduate student in Ben de Bivort’s lab and member of the MCO graduate program, pulls a large manila envelope out of his backpack. He…

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  • Education

UNDERGRADUATE INITIATIVES: I: EAU

To a class of teenagers in Maine, where fresh-water springs, lakes, and brooks abound, the international water crisis seemed unfathomable. A presentation from the BARKA foundation at his…

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