The Marine Science Center is proud to announce the successful PhD dissertation defense of seven graduate students in the past year: Althea Moore, Nicholas Colvard, Jennifer Elliot, Sarah Gignoux-Wolfsohn, Lara Lewis-McGrath, Christine Ramsay-Newton, and Lin Zhu. Upon successful defense of their dissertations, these students earned doctorate degrees as successful graduates of Northeastern’s Ecology, Evolution, and […]
A new study lead by MSC researchers explores how variation among individuals of a marsh consumer species may impact overall community structure and dynamics.
A team of researchers, including three MSC faculty, have quantified the relationship between physical and biological factors influencing oyster distribution and abundance in the South Atlantic Bight.
A recent faculty publication examines the unique roles played by two co-occurring foundation species in mangrove forests, revealing that not all foundation species are created equal.
If fish are vocal creatures, can their prey hear them? Assistant Professor Randall Hughes is one of a number of researchers studying how fear drives predator-prey interactions.
U.S. Reps. Katherine Clark and John Tierney recently got up close and personal with one of the blue lobsters during a tour of the Marine Science Center, where they stopped by to learn about the Center’s growth and work.
Oysters and “The Brady Bunch”? Assistant Professor David Kimbro and colleagues have us covered
A documentary film about he work of Assistant Professors Randall Hughes and David Kimbro has been released by a public broadcasting station in Florida.
Height matters, among other things, according to Assistant Professor Randall Hughes, whose work recently appeared in the Journal of Ecology.
Ever wonder how a parasite finds its host in the ocean or why some hosts have more parasites than others? According to a recent study, it may be simpler than you think.