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Nick Bellono’s Studies of Aquatic Adaptations Make a Splash

“I got interested in octopus, honestly, because it’s octopus and it’s really cool,” says Nicholas Bellono, MCB Associate Professor. We agree, and apparently, Nick’s obvious enthusiasm for his…

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Q&A with Nick Bellono

"Nicholas Bellono is an Associate Professor in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB) at Harvard University. He studied cell physiology and ion channel biophysics at Brown…

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Quanta Magazine Features Cassandra Extavour

OEB and MCB faculty Cassandra Extavour and her research into the origins of multicellular life are featured in a recent story in Quanta Magazine.  Interviewed by Claudia Dreifus,…

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Harvard Magazine Highlights Sharad Ramanathan and Developmental Biology Research

MCB and SCRB faculty Sharad Ramanathan and his research on embryonic development have been featured in the January-February issue of Harvard Magazine. The story, penned by Harvard Magazine…

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Jeff Lichtman Awarded NIH BRAIN Initiative Grant to Map Entire Mouse Brain

MCB faculty Jeff Lichtman and his colleagues have been awarded a 30 million dollar grant from the NIH’s Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative to build…

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Graduating PhD Student Kate Shulgina’s Research Featured in Commencement Issue of In Focus

[caption]Link to full story[/caption] More about Kate's research and the Eddy lab [caption]Link to 2023 In Focus Commencement issue[/caption]  

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World Science Festival Highlights Takao Hensch in New Video

MCB faculty Takao Hensch is being featured alongside neuroscientist John Krakauer of Johns Hopkins and neurotechnologist Brett Wingeier of Magnus Medical in a video about neuroplasticity on the…

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Extavour Lab’s Cricket Embryo Research Highlighted in New York Times

The New York Times recently featured a research collaboration led by MCB and OEB faculty Cassandra Extavour in an article titled “The Mysterious Dance of the Cricket Embryos.”…

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Bellono Lab Piranha Research Highlighted in the Harvard Gazette

The Harvard Gazette recently featured Bellono Lab research on piranha feeding habits in an article titled “They’re less terrifying than you think — but still, those teeth”. The…

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