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Right Place and Time: Fieldwork Fills Key Data Gap
08-30-2022
The Labrador Sea is a critical region because of how strongly the ocean and climate interact. Researchers recently completed a cruise there to collect valuable data, helping fill knowledge gaps that can be used to forecast the future.
Polar Fish Illuminates Use of Antifreeze for Survival
08-26-2022
New research shows the glowing snailfish protects itself from freezing by telling cells to make high levels of an antifreeze protein. This raises concern for how species adapted to extreme environments might fare in a rapidly changing world.
Expansion Doubles Resource for Seaweed Research
08-01-2022
The National Center for Marine Algae and Microbiota now curates a new 1,200-strain seaweed collection. This more than doubles their kelp holdings, significantly helping them further harness algae's potential for discovery and solutions.
Decoding DNA’s Secrets With Advanced Computing
07-27-2022
Fusing genetics, mathematics, and programming, Bigelow Laboratory researchers lead the way in unlocking otherwise hidden information from genes to find answers about life, its origins, and its possibilities.