Just as humans need certain nutrients to be able to absorb other nutrients, the same appears to be true for a common local seaweed
Samantha Wessel is on co-op at the Marine Science Center, and getting her hands wet in a number of areas, including the Patterson lab.
Jennifer Elliott, a doctoral candidate at the Marine Science Center, is pursuing research on the coral reefs in her homeland of Mauritius.
As featured in today’s Boston Globe, there are many mutual benefits to the Ocean Genome Legacy’s move to the Marine Science Center.
Climate models can help to predict biological responses to climate change, even when species are accustomed to fluctuating conditions
The Gulf of Maine’s rocky intertidal zone has many region-wide defining characteristics, as well as some notable subregional differences.
Research suggests that snails can do both harm AND good to marine algae on the rocky shore.
A documentary film about he work of Assistant Professors Randall Hughes and David Kimbro has been released by a public broadcasting station in Florida.
Do crabs really care about the temperature? According to research by graduate student Lara Lewis, it depends on what they are used to.
Height matters, among other things, according to Assistant Professor Randall Hughes, whose work recently appeared in the Journal of Ecology.