Why I Do Science, Part II
Preciado Lopez, Magdalena
MetadataShow full item record
Related Material/DataMBL Community Archives
Thirteen young scientists tell us why they chose to study science. Fun, friendship, creativity and insatiable curiosity are common themesThe speakers are graduate students and post-doctoral fellows who participated in courses, during the summer of 2012, at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. They are from universities and institutes throughout the USA and around the world.A version of this talk was first released in iBioMagazine issue 13Funded and sponsored by the Natinoal Science Foundation (NSF), National Institute of General Medical Sciences, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), and American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB)
Suggested CitationMoving Image: "Why I Do Science, Part II", 2013-11-18, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/21055
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Can diversifying selection be distinguished from history in geographic clines? A population genomic study of killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) Strand, Allan E.; Williams, Larissa M.; Oleksiak, Marjorie F.; Sotka, Erik E. (Public Library of Science, 2012-09-26)A common geographical pattern of genetic variation is the one-dimensional cline. Clines may be maintained by diversifying selection across a geographical gradient but can also reflect historical processes such as allopatry ...
Ecosystems Center (National Science FoundationMarine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.)Arizona Board of Regents, 2014-09-11)
Resonance control of acoustic focusing systems through an environmental reference table and impedance spectroscopy Kalb, Daniel J.; Olson, Robert J.; Sosik, Heidi M.; Woods, Travis A.; Graves, Steven W. (Public Library of Science, 2018-11-14)Acoustic standing waves can precisely focus flowing particles or cells into tightly positioned streams for interrogation or downstream separations. The efficiency of an acoustic standing wave device is dependent upon ...